Monthly Archives: February 2014


Last Sunday, I pulled together the ingredients to make macaroons, which I discussed in a previous post (as opposed to macarons).  They turned out quite tastey!  In the last photo, I decided to try dipping them in some melted chocolate … Continue reading

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Baby Baby – I’m Making A Baby Quilt

It’s been about 14 or 15 years since I’ve made a quilt and way back then, I was an award-winning quilter.  I’m a wee bit ashamed of myself.  But, I work with a young woman who is going to have … Continue reading

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Watch These Adorable, Hilarious Ladies Who’ve Been BFFs For Almost 100 Years

The voices of wisdom speak …. lol

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A Macaron By Any Other Name Is Not A Macaroon

Do you know the difference between a macaron and a macaroon? Why? You say? Why, there’s a big gulf of a difference! Hence, a macaron, or I should say macarons: Hence, macaroons: The first one is almost a completely egg … Continue reading

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Knit 1 Purl 1

On a spur of the moment urge, and because I needed a new stocking hat, I decided to knit myself one.  I have a stash of yarn that has been lingering in the sewing collection of odds and ends and … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Juxtaposition

The hope of Spring looks out onto February snow ……

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I’m growing into my wrinkles

Originally posted on Livonne:
When grace is joined with wrinkles, it is adorable.  There is an unspeakable dawn in happy old age….. Victor Hugo I love this quote from Victor Hugo.. He, of course, was the author of Les Miserables…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Object

This is the label on the back of an antique dresser that I have.  It was made in Tennessee and I bought it years ago in southern Kentucky.  If only it could speak of the homes it has been in, … Continue reading

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