Category Archives: Finances

Sustaining the Happily Ever After

It’s been a busy few weeks, as we approach next week’s Humble Beginnings Adventure in the quilt shop. This is an event that has been in the planning and implementing stages for just over a year now. It began with a meeting at the fabric warehouse at the end of summer, 2015. Kathryn, another small …

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Reading the MS Headlines, from the Inside Out…

Just some rambling thoughts on a day that has seen some productivity and yet continuing lethargy… Sometimes … often … I feel like I’m reading about someone else’s disease … not mine … I feel like the odd man out … cognitive issues instead of physical issues … a teacher with no short term memory, …

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Too Much Snow, All of a Sudden

We had almost no snow through December and most of January. And then, at the very end of January, the blizzard started.  The meteorologist reported  the snows as four separate storms, but the governor of our state said he considers the damage and expense as one three week event, and will seek federal emergency funds …

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Last week of summer dead ahead

This has been a challenging season for many reasons. Continuing skin surgery, ongoing and back-to-back heat waves, high humidity and rising gas prices. I was happy to flip the page to September and will be  happier still when the last day of summer passes. Summer has always been challenging for me (sometimes I claim that’s …

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