Month: July 2020

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#1D Wardrobe Project

#1 daughter’s youngest baby just turned one, she’s back in an office, and she really needs a new wardrobe. Since the Fall 2020 DYW is coming up, I’m sort of pushing her into creating a capsule. #1 daughter has received […]

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The Kitchen Project

I’ve been reorganizing the kitchen cabinets. I’m dividing the contents of the cabinets and the pantry into logical groups. Not daily stuff goes in the pantry in logical groupings. Baking on the left of the stove, cooking on the right. […]

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Staying Home Some More

I baked. I organized cabinets. I sorted out cookbooks. I tidied the living room. I did virtual church and had conversations with my daughters. I wrote reviews. I knitted. The continuing quarantine (except for people who are going around spreading […]

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Kitchen Reorganization

I’m reorganizing my kitchen. First, I identified the activities that go on in my kitchen. Some people hang out, drink wine, or do homework, but we really just do four things: cooking baking serving and cleaning up from meals coffee […]

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How Many Handbags?

How many bags does one woman need? For baggalini bags, the answer may be, “a lot.” These bags are all about adventure chic. You can take them to a business meeting, but they really come into their own for travel. […]

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Cloverleaf Complete

I finished the Cloverleaf Top and I quite like it. It’s very comfortable; That’s not how I’ll wear it. I’m definitely too old to have bare arms. It’s a good layering piece, though. Now I no longer have a Zombie […]