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Granny Sue
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Tiny Finds
Not everything we find is big. Often what I find when I'm out thrifting is some little thing that just catches my eye. Today's post is dedicated to the little finds that make me smile.  It is an eclectic mix, for sure. Little wooden bird whistle and a very ...

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Back to Painting: Riverbend Booth Upate
It was a beautiful morning for a walk, so that's what we did. We had to give up on walking for a while because Larry was having so many knee/back/neck issues, but today he was finally feeling good enough to go again. We found that we were able to walk all t...

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Traveling West Virginia: Tu-Endi-Wei
 This small park--possibly the smallest of West Virginia's state parks--encompasses only four acres, but packs a lot of history into its square footage. I've visited here before, once as a storyteller, and once with some of my granddaughters. I supposed I'v...

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Road Trip: Mason County and the River Museum
Since we may not be able to take an overseas trip this year (still recovering budge-wise from last year's!), we've decided that we will take a few road trips this year to explore places we've been wanting to see. Some will be close to home, others further a...

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How Did You Meet Your Love?
I had so many ideas for Valentine's Day, that I nearly forgot this one! I asked my Facebook friends how they met their mate, and the answers are funny, sweet, surprising, and above all they restore faith in the notion that love can truly last and grow stron...

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I've Got the Yellows
I must be feeling like spring because lately I seem to have added a little bit of yellow to my life. I didn't notice it really until I painted this chair.   Yellow is my favorite color. To me it's a color of light and happiness, of spring and daffodils, col...

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Valentine's Love Poems: One Last Poem
To close out this series of Valentine's Day love poems, here is one of my own favorites. Sending this out to my own sweet, ornery man: To My Dear and Loving Husband by Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672) If ever two were one, then surely we. If ever man were loved ...

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Valentine's Day Love Poems: A Few More
Happy Valentine's Day! Let's celebrates with three poems suggested by my friends for this season of love. In this first poem cummings comes as close as any writer I have ever read to put his love into words. "I carry your heart with me"...what woman, what m...

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Valentine's Day Poem: When Our Hair Turns Long and Gray
Today's poem is an original work by a lady I know best from her years as a public radio announcer. Her words speak to that mature love that comes with time and the peaceful acceptance of oneself and one's mate, and the comfort of knowing each other well. It...

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Valentine's Love Poems: Edna St. Vincent Millay
from wikipedia Pulitzer Prize-winning Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950) was an early feminist, a free spirit who was fortunate to gain recognition and renown for her poetry during her lifetime. Over her lifetime she had many romantic relationships, and th...
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