Category Archives: Christmas

Undecorating or downsizing the Christmas decorations

  I had originally decided to take down the Christmas decorations, starting on Monday. I was communicating with a friend in Minnesota  and decided to start today. For years now, taking down the Christmas decorations means taking most or almost … Continue reading

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The Whisk Broom

I wonder how many people even know what a whisk broom is? A whisk broom came to mind today as I removed the Christmas tree from the house. Mary Kay had asked me yesterday when it was coming down and … Continue reading

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Unseasonable weather as we head toward Christmas

  Yes, we have had some snow, but nothing has yet stuck and despite the cold and the warm days here and there, it is as the rest of the year, unseasonable. Unreasonable comes to mind as I say unseasonable. … Continue reading

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Black Sunday thoughts…

  Black Saturday was a busy day and once again, as it so often is, I found myself doing things that I had not even thought about. I am guessing that my subconscious was working hard in the background and … Continue reading

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Seven degrees for a Christmas dog walk – Christmas poetry

Seven degrees, a Christmas dogwalk Seven degrees Fahrenheit, Minus fourteen degrees Celsius, crisp, cutting, bone chilling. It made me question walking the dog. I went anyway. Not knowing what to wear because too much means you sweat too little means … Continue reading

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