Category Archives: Nostalgia

Happy Birthday Tucker!

Yes, it has been two years since my little Tucker puppy was born into this world! Advertisements

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Gift Week, Day Five – Your Fondest Wish

Today, I want to know what you would like to have this year for Christmas. I want to know what material gift(s) you want. Is it a particular kind of clothing – perhaps a cashmere coat? Maybe a beautiful ring … Continue reading

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Gift Week, Day Four – Gifts We Remember

What is the best Christmas gift you ever received? Which is the most nostalgic? Which ones do you remember from your childhood? This is one of the first gifts that I remember receiving – a marionette of Princess Summer-Fall-Winter-Spring, from … Continue reading

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Gift Week, Day Two – Stockings and Stocking Stuffers

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Gift Week, Day One – Homemade

A repeat post, updated – hope you don’t mind. If you’re like me, you may not even remember it from last  year.So many times over the years I’ve wanted to give gifts to people I associate with regularly, but who … Continue reading

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Music of the day – Over the river and through the woods …

One of a few things that I remember from kindergarten is learning this song for Thanksgiving. The other two are making clay snakes, and napping on the rug that my mother knit for me.

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Today in history – The Spruce Goose!

Tara Ross On this day in 1947, the “Spruce Goose” flies for the first and only time. With a wingspan of 320 feet, it remains the largest airplane to ever take to the sky. Did you know that the largest … Continue reading

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