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Well, this was exciting! Not in the “Jack Ryan” death-defying style of exciting, but an interesting miniseries nonetheless. We thoroughly enjoyed it. It was originally a podcast before being turned into an original tv series for Amazon. The episodes are … Continue reading
When asked what touristy thing she would like to do during her Thanksgiving week here in New England, my Texan daughter-in-law replied, “I’d like to eat in a real Italian restaurant.” We have a lot of those here. It was … Continue reading
I’ve spent the last two days auditioning tablecloths. I know, you’re really glad you’re not here to watch the process. Kinda like watching paint dry, I’ll bet. But I take it seriously. We have two dining tables–one in the dining … Continue reading
On this miserable stormy, rainy day here in Rhode Island, I thought I’d share Banjo Man’s latest recipe. It was actually delicious. Sound the trumpets. We’ve been cleaning out cookbooks, of which I have many, having belonged to the mail-order … Continue reading
Banjo Man in Vietnam.
They’ve known each other for sixty-two years. Mary (left) is 90. My mother (right) is 92. They lived across the street from each other back in the 50’s, in the “Leave It To Beaver” era of family life. They were … Continue reading
I often refer to the lower level of our home as “Banjo Man’s house”, because his office is downstairs. As is a bathroom. And a rapidly-improving kitchenette. Full-sized fridge (to house all of his health food products), living room, twin … Continue reading
Yesterday was our annual fall fabric shopping trip in Massachusetts. Sound the trumpets, make the coffee, gas up the car and be on the road by 8:30! We–wild women that we are– look forward to it all year. As we … Continue reading
No, I’m not blogging about that ridiculous book. I’m talking about paint chips, folks! Do you know how many shades of gray paint can be found at Home Depot? Between Behr and Glidden, there has to be at least sixty … Continue reading