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In the Eye of the Pea Holder

Yesterday was International Yarn Bomb Day. I don’t understand it, so I didn’t knit any scarves for the trees in my neighborhood.  You know what they say–beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I’ll keep knitting together beautiful things … Continue reading

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I Almost Ran Out of Gas

It’s 6:01 a.m. and I’ve overslept.  It’s been that kind of week, running from one place to another.  Work obligations, tomato obligations, Hampton Victory Garden obligations, Moxie obligations, blogging obligations, birthday obligations, family obligations, and friendship obligations have filled my … Continue reading

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The Road Trip

In another life, I used to travel a lot more than I do today.  My job required me to “liaise” with customers and that meant I would travel and visit with them as often as they wanted to see me.  … Continue reading

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Aunt Tomato’s Tomato Update

I woke up to a shower of Doomer e-mails this morning, before I’d even had a chance to drink my coffee and pretend I’d slept.  As I sorted through my grisly e-mails, “MUST WATCH” video clips, and depressing links, I … Continue reading

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A Sorry List

A few weeks ago, I told Cherie Ripperton I had too many projects to finish and I was worried that I might be forgetting or neglecting something.  She said that when she has a lot of things to do, she … Continue reading

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You Wreck Me, Baby

The subject of bumper stickers has come up on this blog before; I get a kick out of them.  Mostly, they make me laugh because they are impotent to affect change.  I have 3 stickers on my car and while … Continue reading

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Dear Facebook

I read an article about Facebook’s “like” button in The Wall Street Journal.  The article claims researchers can create a profile of a Facebook user based on what they “like.” For Harley-Davidson bikers and “likers,” the study’s profile wasn’t very … Continue reading

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