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Snack Bar

My parents gave me an electric kettle for Christmas. The kettle needed a place to live, so I set it up on a tray, along with assorted beverages and snacks, on a corner of the desk in my office. Now, … Continue reading

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Wolf Moon

Earlier tonight I couldn’t remember what the traditional name for a January full moon was, but I ought to have been able to guess. When you see a moon so clear and bright on such a frosty night, the instinct … Continue reading

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Day 297: An Axolotl Lives Here

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Day 296: Message for 2021

P.S. In case you were wondering about the origin of this message, it was written on a small piece of seashell from a Rhode Island beach by a Rhode Island craftsperson. It came from a bag of random seashell messages … Continue reading

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Forgotten Pictures of 2020

While working on my 2020 photo album, I found some photos that I thought might be fun to share. .

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Day 282: Hi-Yo!

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Day 246: So Far & What’s Next

It is late afternoon, and I’m pausing to think about what I’ve done so far today and what else I’d like to do this weekend. I already did my Daily Minimum (laundry, dishes, walking, etc.). I also spent nearly two … Continue reading

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Day 241: Lessons From Nature

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Day 231: A Snowy Day

The weather forecast had prepared us for mixed precipitation, but not for several inches of snow, and we awoke to an unexpectedly white world. It looked like Christmas, not Halloween. Why don’t we get snow like this for Christmas? There … Continue reading

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Day 230: Making Space

Every autumn it starts to get cold, and every time we face the same dilemma: what to do with the air conditioners. They have to come out of the windows, but then where do they go? In the past, we’ve … Continue reading

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