Monthly Archives: November 2010

Holiday Salad

Have you noticed that holiday decorations are mixed up like a salad? There were the orange carrots of Halloween hanging next to the tomatoes of Christmas. Both were on top the store manager’s hopes for lots of green lettuce (money/sales). … Continue reading

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Veterans’ Day

Today is when we remember and honor the nation’s veterans. It is fitting that we honor the men and women who have served in the military. Think about all the wars our nation has been involved in during your lifetime. … Continue reading

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Ladies Who Lunch

Saturday a week ago I went out with the Ladies Who Lunch (my name for them) from church. I was surprised to get a phone call one of them inviting me to join a group of women who were going … Continue reading

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Quick Trip to Mexico

Last night was the monthly travelogue and we were off to Mexico. The program featured the silver cities. The photos of various things made from the silver were very impressive, not just jewelry but masks and sculptures and decorations in … Continue reading

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Knit-Related Stuff

The other day I was out at a business appointment. When I came home, I found a phone message from one of the vice presidents of the Knitters’ Guild. She’s in charge of our upcoming anniversary luncheon. The message was … Continue reading

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Here Comes da Judge

Well, I was up at 4 a.m. today to go to the poll to be an election judge. That’s the worst part of this job. I’m trying not to think about dealing with the “observer” or other issues that may … Continue reading

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