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The Patient Farmers

My friend Jaxon and I went to a farmer’s market yesterday.  There were so many beautiful carrots; I bought a bunch from each farmer at the market. I planted some carrots this spring.  Remember?  The instructions were “be patient.” I … Continue reading

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Friday Pillow Talk – Tears On My Pillow

The last week was a busy and sad one here on the New Hampshire Seacoast.  With all my activity, I haven’t had any time for seed catalogues, daydreams, or night dreams.  My head hits the pillow and before I know … Continue reading

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Friday Pillow Talk – The World On Time

The less I have my hands in the dirt, the more stress I have in my life.  I haven’t done any scientific testing, but for me there is a correlation between the amount of time I spend breathing outside air, … Continue reading

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The Beep Beep Taxi

Last week on my way home to Maine, I saw a lot of vanity license plates.  I don’t see as many here on the New Hampshire Seacoast, but according to Wikipedia, New Hampshire has the second largest vanity plate penetration … Continue reading

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Here’s One Reason

To grow your own food… or know a local farmer.

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Friday Pillow Talk – King Corn Candy Land

Fortunately, I’m a pretty healthy person, so I didn’t understand why I was having a headache behind my “T-Zone” and just a little bit of positional vertigo.  Through the magic of the internet, I self-diagnosed myself with a “sinus issue” … Continue reading

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Dear Aunt Tomato

The information I provide to you is editorial and helpful in nature and cannot be construed as perfect truth.  Some of the information I am providing is based on anecdotal evidence and personal experience.  The benefit claimed has not been … Continue reading

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Movie Weekend At The Coop

I’m not a big movie-goer.  Occasionally, I go to watch the Metropolitan Opera broadcast live in a local movie theater.  You knew that.  I don’t watch many movies at home, though.  I own a few movies on DVD, but I’ve … Continue reading

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Friday Pillow Talk – Sommerzeit Is A Turkey

I’ve been going to bed a few minutes earlier every night to prepare for the dreaded Daylight Saving Time (DST).  DST will be upon us like a stale bag of Doritos in less than 2 weeks.  I don’t mean to … Continue reading

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Why We Write

This is the last day of my month of “power blogging.”  I wrote 29 posts in 29 days.  It was a challenge I designed for myself; an exercise in writing.  I like to write and I have been doing it … Continue reading

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