Sister Bench – Lovely and Lonely

Visited yesterday, Mother's Day.  It was lovely, and it was lonely.  Change one letter and it means something quite different.  However, it also is kinda cool that lovely and lonely can be experienced at the same time. I like stuff like that.  🙂 How did the sister bench come to be?  Honestly, I sent out …

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Coffee makers and Mothers

My coffee makers only seem to last a few years.  I know some folks have had one their whole adult life, and I honestly can't understand it. There must be some tortoise coffee makers out there, but I have never owned one. My coffee makers are like hamsters.  They are super wonderful, run very efficiently …

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Mincemeat

Thanksgiving growing up occasionally involved waiting until dark to eat the feast, because the hunters were out all day.........this even persisted somewhat, albeit sporadically, into my young adult life.  You know the young adult, twenty something stage, when we showed up somewhere to eat dinner with no idea how they did it.  It wasn't until …

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Good Where We’ve Been…..

Good where we're going to........... Just got back from beautiful Colorado, visiting sweet family and learning so much in a couple days about myself in a powerful training called HealthRhythms. HealthRhythms Trainer (and everyone's mentor) Christine Stevens writes a brief descriptor of this song.  "This is a traditional Plains Indian Song that is a coming …

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Spit Shine

Being born and raised in Maine, I know all about how to clean the front of a car during bug season.  Mum often referred to cleaning something as "giving it a spit shine".   I honestly never gave that term much thought.  (Kinda like "keep your eyes peeled".....best not to think too deep sometimes.)  I bet …

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