Monthly Archives: April 2009

The big picture

It’s been a while since I put up full frontal pics of the house, so here’s the latest. Here you can see the two faces—both sides with that vivid red show brick. The house was built like this because it … Continue reading

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Double-hung humor

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Soup seeds

Running into this 1920s ad art online reminded me that I ordered free tomato seeds a few weeks back from the Campbell Soup Co.  Right after I hit send on the request, we got the news that our girl cat … Continue reading

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RIP, 3 Trees

Somebody went berserk in our side yard last night and attacked 3 of the 5 trees we’ve been growing to shade the south side of the house. They were snapped in half—all in the same way in the same spot … Continue reading

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09 Eats

The other day, while pawing through the packages in our freezer, I found a slice of tomato pie from last summer. So I had it for breakfast this morning and oh, it was droolworthy. This one had Tennessee Surprise, an … Continue reading

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