Category Archives: Toys

Nounours and ‘The Velveteen Rabbit’

Nounours has become a very important part of our household. Nounours is almost as old as I am, which is saying something and was and is my original teddy bear. How he survived all these years defies the imagination and … Continue reading

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That damn ball!

This ball has been lingering about the house for many years, originally a part of a soft bowling set for kids bought to provide our grandkids with some fun at a family wedding. It served a great purpose, the kids … Continue reading

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Brio Trains

Years ago, when we discovered Brio Trains, we little by little purchased items for our boys. We still have pretty much everything we bought and now use it for the grandkids. They love it. We always loved the fact that … Continue reading

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Our newest vehicle, the car I always wanted

Sometimes it takes a long time to realize your dreams and today (Saturday) I realized a dream that I had even forgotten for a time. When I was a little kid, I was timid, shy, reserved, and didn’t always tell … Continue reading

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The Spraygarden

One of the benefits of walking the dog is that you know what is going on in the neighborhood. One of the benefits of spring-cleaning is that one sees first-hand, what needs attention. Now that I have gutter guards on … Continue reading

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