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Susan Humeston
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Animal lover, Nature lover, Reader, Ponderer, Christian.
Animal lover, Nature lover, Reader, Ponderer, Christian.

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Moving is No Fun
We spent five days in Boise and bought a house: There were a few I liked better, but the prices have skyrocketed in the past 6 months, so this is our 3/2 in a great neighborhood.  We're working out the details now after the inspection turned up some not ser...

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New Life
I have retired from my career of 28 years as of yesterday at 3:00pm.  I started working again when my daughter entered 1st grade.  She is now 33 years old.  One day followed upon another for all that time - and here I am! I am taking the pleasure of uninter...

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Moving On - My Sanity Projects and Sort of a Bullet Journal Attempt
I know myself well.  I often read recipes and then somewhat follow the directions, tweaking here and there, usually not for the best outcome, unfortunately.  If it has onion, surely it must have garlic, right?  Not always.  I do the same although I fight my...

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The Great Move (West?) of 2017
My husband gave his notice of retirement in September 2016.  The agreement is that he will work until June 30, 2017 and that he will then receive 6 months additional salary and the worth of benefits for the same period.  Since the day I met him some 26 year...

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Carousel
When
I was about 9 years old, my 2 older sisters were the first and second
lead in the play Carousel at their high school.  They both had beautiful
singing voices;  the oldest played Julie, the lead female character and
was a senior that year, while the...

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Christmas Eve
Christmas Eve morning.  Up early to read my Bible, Handel's Messiah playing softly in the background.  Such quiet moments as these are precious.  Even the cats are subdued. 

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La Victorio Arduino
I've been reading articles on the internet about history, theology, politics, the human condition.  For hours.  Then I clicked to a page that had this image: Something about the picture arrested my attention.  The man appears to be very well heeled, leaning...

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Friday
Yesterday was Friday and it was a beautiful afternoon.  Blue skies, cool and breezy for South Florida.  I am a creature of habit and guilt.  There is almost always a voice in my head telling me I need to get home and clean/do laundry/cook/crochet/make items...

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Pictures Around Home and South Florida
Finally the weather is cooler and drier and pleasant.  Yesterday we went out into the Everglades via Holeyland and Rotenberger, then to 833, 835 and finally Clewiston.  Then we drove home.  We got a few pictures, not to mention the critters in our back yard...

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My Theory On Where "Going To Hell In A Handbasket" Comes From
No
one seems to know where the phrase, "going to hell in a handbasket"
came from.  I'm pretty sure based on history that those "criminals" who
were beheaded in England and had their heads then displayed on London
Bridge until they were picked clean by b...
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