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My 2016 Mother’s Day Feelings

May 8, 2016

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Twelve years ago, I was about to take a big step into a relationship that I ended the Autumn of 2009. Now it is 2016 and I am exactly one month away from celebrating my daughter’s third birthday. Looking back, I never knew what future I could expect, and I never thought in 2009 I […]

Whom I Follow and Why

March 2, 2014

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I have been badly negligent on my blog, but for good reasons that I cannot spill at this time. Well I can discuss some of them, but they are very much work-related. Here is a certain big one: the turtle-neck pullover Whiting is just one of over two dozen designs by Rowan Yarns that are […]

Work and Other WIPs

January 7, 2014

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I have been busy as of late, which seems to be my norm. But I have the age-old adage “Being busy means work. And work means money.” That motto has been (and still is) effective in my life. Why spend money needlessly when you could be making more during your free time? In my instance, […]

Reflection for a Privacy Revamp

December 11, 2013

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**I cannot believe that a month THREE MONTHS have sprinted by me again. As much as I love setting deadlines, to quote roughly of Erma Bombeck, “They just whoosh on by.”** During those three months, a few wonderful events occurred, and I will be writing them as backtracks in the upcoming month. Also during that […]

Falling into Thanks

November 28, 2011

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When I moved back to Virginia just a smidgen over two years ago, I began writing about “making eggs” because I was inspired by the movie “Runaway Bride” in which the lead character had never realized how she liked eating eggs. Instead, she had always chosen whatever preparation her fiances preferred. (Sorry for those who […]

Security Loses as Arrogance Rears and Kicks

September 7, 2011

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Folks may consider my need for privacy a surprise, but I am a firm believer in it. One always needs a place where eyes will not judge what is said, done, and eaten. Security is the wall that privacy depends upon. When security is compromised, bad surprises may happen. For the past few months, I […]