Lists, Real Life

Maytag Neptune Unleashes Kraken in Laundry Room. News at Eleven.

My day so far: Feed and take care of Business with my dog. Pour coffee, open news feed. Mom and her dog come downstairs. Feed and take care of Business w/both dogs. Warm up coffee, reopen sleeping news feed. Mom starts laundry. Ungodly noise from washer. Bang around on washer. Seems to still be working?… Continue reading Maytag Neptune Unleashes Kraken in Laundry Room. News at Eleven.

Stuff I like, Writing

Leonardo’s To Do List and Michelangelo’s Groceries

I really like lists. Lists, timelines, graphs, charts...not because I'm the most methodical of people, but precisely because I'm not. There's always a lot going on in noggin, and it's not terribly orderly in there. The big ideas are kind of wibbly wobbly all over time and space, and the little idea are sort of this gnat like cloud… Continue reading Leonardo’s To Do List and Michelangelo’s Groceries

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Spring Spring Spring

In the spring I always get the urge to: Redecorate my house. Redesign my blog. Plant flowers. Ride a bike everywhere. (After I buy one.) Go to a farmer's market.Cook all organic fresh meals. (After I spend all my money on the bike and farmer's market.)Train my dog.Dye my hair.Sew adorable, quirky clothes that look I share a closet with… Continue reading Spring Spring Spring

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On the Second Day of Christmas…

So, the Christmas report. Here's my Christmas Tree, with Mom's present under it. I sort of love that it looks like Charlie Brown's Christmas Tree. We also had an Advent wreath this year: Sweet, right? Only yesterday I realized I didn't have a candle holder for the white candle in the middle, the one you… Continue reading On the Second Day of Christmas…

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Truth vs Fiction

Recently, for reasons that I will let you wonder about, I have begun a vain attempt to wedge a small gap between Rosemary Clement-Moore the (amazing! talented!) author of (award-winning!) books and what let's call, for purposes of this post, "Private Life Rose."Here's the first problem with that process. There IS no part of me… Continue reading Truth vs Fiction