Monthly Archives: January 2012

On the Brink of February

As we are about to begin the Month of Love (and I was embarrassed with our lingering Christmas theme) , I finally got around to changing our mantel decor. . .  Good-bye Santa Claus. Hello Chocolate!! I found a GREAT [free] option for a seasonally appropriate Subway Art Print!  Hurray for free printables!  [If you […]

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You Betcha!

I follow instructions very well. . . Or maybe I am just: (I found this crumpled piece of paper with the stack of school books. I guess I need to send my daughters to school with global-village-saving thermal carafes, as well.  . .)

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The Deal of the Century

Really and truly, you can’t beat this, folks.  Whole Foods Grocery Bags are the best thing going. 1) They are made of recycled materials. 2) They are CHEAP. . 99 cents for the large, 79 cents for the small. 3) They have a lifetime guarantee. If/when they break, Whole Foods will replace them. 4) You […]

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Global Family

Dan came home!!!!!! Hurray!!!! And, with him, came a suitcase full of gifts from our Central Asian family!!  How wonderful that our home is chock-full of reminders of our friends around the world!!  Thank you, dear ones!! We love you, too!!

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Sobering Reality

Not a cheery post. Not a cheery reality.  This week’s read has been Not For Sale. And, while it has been quite unsettling, I am glad to be informed, to know that the Global Slave Trade is at its largest point in HISTORY, with 3o million people victimized by human trafficking (Yes. EVEN in America). […]

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