Browsing All posts tagged under »life«

It’s Peep time again :)

March 28, 2018

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Now is the time for my favorite blog post, one about Peeps. If you’ve been following me for a while you know that in addition to chipmunks, I love Peeps. I especially love Easter Peeps since there are so many different varieties. It is hard to be bored when one is following Peeps. 🙂 I […]

Here we go again

March 21, 2018

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So the annoying pains on the bottom of my feet turned out to be a bigger deal than I had hoped. I had surgery last Friday to remove a large neuroma (nerve growth) on the bottom of my right foot. I also had two large cysts removed, one from my right foot and one from […]

So much for spring

March 14, 2018

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Well, so much for spring. We had our 3rd Nor’easter in two weeks on Tuesday. Needless to say our beloved chipmunks, having awoken from their big sleep, have gone back into hibernation. We even brought their water dishes back inside. We had one set up in the front and one in the back, since chipmunks […]

Another touch of spring

March 7, 2018

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Spring will be coming soon. This pretty hyacinth is a gentle reminder of that, courtesy of Trader Joe’s. What touches of spring do you see?

What is it demystified

February 28, 2018

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I know all of you have been sitting on the edge of your seats, wondering What is it? Well, it is an air cabin filter. And I bet you thought they were only for airplane cabins. Well low and behold, all cars have them. They are located behind the glove box. Mr. Ken, being the […]

What is it?

February 21, 2018

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So I was sitting and reading the other day, when Mr. Ken comes bounding down the stairs. He is mumbling something about “Have to get to the store as soon as possible.” Usually, the only time Mr. Ken “bounds” is when there is a donut involved. Away he goes and comes back about an hour […]

Mr. Ken – serious book reader

February 14, 2018

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I love how my dear Mr. Ken has embraced reading. It all started several years ago when we were in a hiking phase (way before my foot issues . . .). I recommended Mr. Ken read the books about the barefoot sisters who through-hiked barefoot the Appalachian Trail. They hiked both ways on the Appalachian […]