From our leaf tours:
It is the Solstice, Blessed Be. As they days grow slowly longer, may we also grow to love one another and to learn to live in peace. Holi...
Images of my container garden.
Belated Happy St. Patrick's Day. I have been too sick to enjoy one of my favorite holidays. I didn't even get corned beef, or to w...
Happy Halloween; it is my favorite night of the year! We were low key this year, but we did get out our graveyards and pumpkins. A scarecr...
Memoir; Writing your Life Story: Solstice, also for Dr. E's Greening Tips for the C... : It is the Solstice; Blessed Be! I look forwar...
Pasta with Mushroom Veloute Sauce, garnished with Hard Boiled Eggs One lb. pasta 2 hardboiled eggs One 6 ounce can cream of chicken sou...
Look closely at how delicate I am. I am probably a may fly, but I am as detailed as the scarabs from an Egyptian royal tomb. No one a...
Top Five Favorite Antique Parian Dolls | Ruby Lane Blog
Proclamation of Thanksgiving Washington, D.C. October 3, 1863 This is the proclamation which set the precedent for America's national...
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Sunday, September 29, 2013
I will be back soon. I think the phrase or title "Alice experiences Burnout" pretty much describes me these days. This has been a horrific summer for us, and the past month was unreal. I will be back, and will continue to publish again the original tips. When times are this trying, I seek refuge in my books. I read more than one at once, and I think if one is going to write, especially poetry as I do, one reads. Constantly. Good poets are good teachers. For that matter, so are bad poets. There is escape, and comfort, within the pages of a text. I recommend it to anyone who is soul-sick or heartsick. Be well, and I will be back soon.
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Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: 9/11 In Memoriam-The Star Spangled Banner with all...: May never forget, may we always have courage, and may The United States always be The United States. To those who lost their lives at The P...
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
An Apologia for Countess Erzebet Bathory: A Jack the Ripper Story: Tigress: Tigress: Dedicated to the memory of our beautiful Emma.