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Spring is around the corner

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At least that’s what I keep telling myself. In Feb. Washington had its snowiest Feb. and broke a 70 year old record. I’m sure we did. Luckily the snow melted and I was able to make it to the reader … Continue reading

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Snow, Stories, and one very Ticked-Off Cat…

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Since everyone’s probably tired of hearing about (and seeing) snow, I’ll make this quick. We had over a foot of snow. That’s crazy for us. We usually get this shadow effect from the mountains around us and don’t get the … Continue reading

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Happy Snowy Valentine’s Day

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I know I’m a few days early for Valentine’s day, and as for the snow….Mother Nature is very pissed. I grew up in California, San Francisco to be exact, I’ve seen snow in SF once in my lifetime and then … Continue reading

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History Fair

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Jillian here. Happy February. I, for one, was happy to see January leave. I literally was sick the entire month. Kept the cough until February 5, but at least wasn’t sick. Today, I had the privilege of being part of … Continue reading

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Winter Cabin and my own Aquaman adventure

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We recently did our annual winter cabin with our children and grandchildren. There wasn’t as much snow, but there was enough. As always, the food was amazing, the games were fun, and the conversations…well, they’ll fill me with contentedness for … Continue reading

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Goals and my 2019 Plans

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After reading Laurie’s goal post I wondered if I should do mine and thought why not. Like Laurie, I set yearly, monthly, and daily goals. Yearly and monthly goals are around my writing and business of writing. Daily goals are … Continue reading

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Merry New Year

Jillian here.  Sorry I missed December’s post. I was out of town and knew it was my day, but I figured I’d post some pictures when I got back. By the time I got back (after experiencing a flat tire … Continue reading