Monthly Archives: May 2015

My Feet Are Cold

During a telephone conversation last week, my sister and I were reminiscing about the knitted slippers our mother surprised us with every Christmas.  About three weeks before Christmas, she would ask, “What’s your favorite color?” We knew exactly what she … Continue reading

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Two Museums In One Day

Yesterday, I spent my day in San Francisco (which happened to be the coldest place in the continental United States, reported by Mike Sugarman of CBS news) surrounded by art and atmosphere.  I visited the de Young and Legion of Honor … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday To Me

I received a wonderful surprise for my birthday this year.  My husband planned a trip to the coast for a couple of days. We had the beach to ourselves…well, except for numerous brown pelicans, a pod of dolphins, a whale and … Continue reading

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Anne Reeves Jarvis

(One of my favorite pieces of art painted by my daughter) Forget the card, flowers or candy…I want time and conversation for Mother’s Day. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jacqueline-wilson/shocking-history-of-mothers-day_b_7242766.html

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Yarn Foodie

Yes, I’ll admit it…I’m a yarn foodie.  Debbie, the Yarnover Truck, parked at one of my lys this week and I couldn’t wait to place my order.  The movable yarn store  is a refurbished Little Debbie delivery truck.  Yarn deliveries are made … Continue reading

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Beauty

I log in at least 20 miles a week walking and jogging on my local trails.  There are times when I can’t get myself motivated to put on sunscreen, plug in to my i-pod and go. Yesterday, I decided to change … Continue reading

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