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Archive for March, 2016

Work Week

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

The site which launched on Tuesday is having problems now because the site owners are going in and changing the links. They have a history of undoing my work by deleting pages and so forth, but the site was finished and handed over and they are continuing to do this. Naturally, they are reaching out […]

Easter 2016

Sunday, March 27th, 2016

All the kids except #2 son came for Easter, along with their significant others, and we had a very nice visit. We played games, had conversations, went to War Eagle Mill, attended the Little Boy’s birthday party at #1 son and his wife’s place, and #2 daughter and I went to church. I’m relaxing now. […]

Sheet Pan Dinners

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

What’s on the plate: chicken breast filet rubbed with jerk spices, topped with roasted mango baked potato roasted Brussels sprouts warmed-up corn muffin green salad Apart from the salad, all these things were cooked just by arranging them together on a sheet pan and popping it in the oven. A think chicken filet and a […]

Local News

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

We colored eggs today, #1 son and his family and I. It was fun. We had orange chicken, rice, roasted Brussels sprouts, salad, and apple pie for lunch. Janalisa stopped by as the kids were leaving and brought me lots of local news. I’m up on the national news, though I admit that I go […]

McCall’s 7331, Conclusion

Sunday, March 20th, 2016

My closet is getting way more colorful than it used to be. I completed the second cardigan from McCall’s 7331. I have the cardigan now in Snorkel Blue ponte from Hancock’s, and also in a lovely coral ponte knit from Fabric Genie. I made the tops in pale pink, dark blue, and pale blue. I […]

Palm Sunday

Sunday, March 20th, 2016

It’s Palm Sunday today, which means an exciting church service but no special home customs for us. It’s also the first day of spring,  and my walk yesterday was a pleasure. I took the Mud Creek Trail, an easy urban stroll. Lots of tender green leaves, some blossoming trees, and the creek was moving fairly […]

Goodbye Toby

Saturday, March 19th, 2016

Toby died today. We can imagine him playing with Fiona again in dog heaven.

Out of Sorts

Friday, March 18th, 2016

It’s Friday, the end of the work week. I had a productive lunch meeting with #1 daughter and #1 son, got my work for the week almost finished, had a pleasant dinner with my husband, and now he has gone out with the guys and I am lounging around with the dog and the cats […]

Pantone Fall 2016 Color Forecast

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

  Pantone’s fall 2016 colors include darker shades of the Colors of the Year, pink and blue. There’s an emerald shade (2013), Bodacious which is quite similar to 2014’s Radiant Orchid, gray and taupe for neutrals, a return of mustard and Aurora red to replace spring’s yellow and Fiesta…Sort of a retrospective of colors from […]

Spring Forward

Monday, March 14th, 2016

The clocks changed yesterday morning, but I was too tired to notice. Actually, when I woke at 7:47 yesterday morning I thought I had slept an incredibly long time to make up for my lack of sleep last week. Today, however, was definitely a spring day. I went out on the porch after work to […]

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