Monthly Archives: September 2010

Tuesday Trip

Last Tuesday we took off on an adventure.  The leaves were at the height of their Fall color. We made many stops along the way. This public access to a small lake was a perfect place to stretch our legs..Chance … Continue reading

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Wistful Wednesday :1915

I did some research this week.  I had a photo of the family that raised my maternal Grandmother Elsie. They were August and Elizabeth Anderson..Elizabeth was my Grandmothers Aunt. Here she is..is that a chamber pot in her hand..I am … Continue reading

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Sunrise on Monday

Chance and I woke up before the sun on Monday morning.  My baby brother in Oregon wanted to see some sunrise photos.  I usually enjoy the sunrise from indoors..or at least from the front door, with one eye open and … Continue reading

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99 years ago

My maternal Grandmother was born on September 26, 1911.  Her father( Dietrich) was not a nice man and not much is known about her mother ( Amanda) as she died when Grandma was 15 months old, Amanda fell ( or … Continue reading

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I am cranky

My husband says I am cranky. He may be correct. However the more he suggests it..the crankier I become.  Even if I was not cranky to begin with, by the time I have heard “Gee you are cranky” a couple … Continue reading

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Old Dishes

I always look for dishes at garage sales.  I look for depression glass dishes to round out either of the sets that we will leave for the girls.  I look for the dishes that my Mother had when I was … Continue reading

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On the Roof

My blogpost On the Roof can be found here

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Signs of Fall

Today is the first day of Fall, I did not have to go far looking for it either.  As soon as I step outside the door the fallen leaves crunch under my feet. The main trees in our yard the … Continue reading

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Wistful Wednesday: 1956

Todays entry is all about what our kitchen stove area looked like in the olden days..it can be found complete with a photo here

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Frustrations of TN

As you all know Far Guy has Trigeminal Neuralgia, if you don’t then let me just say that is is the most horrid disorder that has a mind of it’s own.  Far Guys pain is always present..but then he gets … Continue reading

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