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The state of things, Thanksgiving, here we come!

I haven’t been totally truthful here, life is decidedly beautiful but there are unfortunately big ruts one must pass over and manage to get beyond. We had a major crisis last December when one of our own came home and … Continue reading

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The Stocker

Some things we do are a part of us, genetically administered to our bodies as they were conceived. Others are add-ons that come with time, education, and environment. The stocking thing, in me, is apparently both. I think that I … Continue reading

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My multi-shower, Northbrook kind of day!

Did you ever have one of those days? One of those days where you spent the entire time just seemingly spinning your wheels and despite all of the continued effort at hard work, only managed to have the feeling that … Continue reading

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Urinals, bathrooms, and other things

I finished up my latest work on the playhouse as planned, applying the nth (4th, 5th, 6th?) coat of stain to the playhouse deck and to the interior woodwork. There is still more work to be done, mainly by Christian, … Continue reading

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Pasta and genetics

I don’t often get asked to blog about something and yesterday, while Mikey was on his marathon of pasta making, he mentioned that perhaps it was blogworthy. I jumped on that one as sometimes I hear the opposite, “Don’t you … Continue reading

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