Monthly Archives: August 2013

Round and Round

Reggie Black despises red lights. He despises stop signs, too. I was his passenger for a few days in Zone 9 and I had the chance to hear his Roundabout Rants in person. No trip along suburban Florida’s sprawl was … Continue reading

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A Belated Happy Birthday

Yesterday was my friend Faye’s birthday.  I carried her birthday card around with me and ran out of time to mail it. Click on the flower to read last year’s birthday blog wish to Faye. Happy, happy birthday and YAY … Continue reading

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The Slumber Party

I don’t remember how old I was when I went to my first “slumber party.”  Fourth grade?  Fifth?  A girl from school invited eight or ten girls over to her house and we brought sleeping bags.  We played typical slumber … Continue reading

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Cherie Ripperton and I have a code we use when we’re on our way to the office.  I might text her or she might text me. OTM. On The Move. I’m “On The Move” today, traveling back to New England.  … Continue reading

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My Florida Sunshine

I’ve been to a few places in these here YOU-nited States, but I’ve never been to Florida.  I try to keep my expectations low; I’m never disappointed. Beauty is everywhere.

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Urban Sprawl

A few months ago, my friend Karen at The White Dresser antique shop posted a picture of a cute little vintage picnic bag on her Facebook page.  Life in my vintage imagination needs more picnics and more plaid vintage picnic … Continue reading

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Like a Sunflower

The first sunflower of the season. Oh!  Happy Day!

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Happy Birthday Flashback

A few weeks ago, a family friend had an 80th birthday party.  It was lots of fun and so many people I love were there, I could hardly breathe.  There was a beautiful “cake” made out of cupcakes. (A very … Continue reading

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The Door was Always Open

This past week, the mother of a high school classmate died.  Mrs. Ladner’s obituary said: She “got the greatest joy from opening her home to friends and family, whether it be a full house for a holiday dinner or just … Continue reading

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The Bunting is Down

Summer is winding down.  I see it in the garden.  I see it on my watch, when I check the time as the sun hits the evening horizon.  I feel it in the early morning air. The bunting is down … Continue reading

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