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Monthly Archive for November, 2011

My mind phoned to say it was going on the Appalachian Trail.  I may have to intervene.  In the meantime, here is another from the Richard Armitage Bag of Goodies.  Enjoy.  

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Since my brain is still on holiday, I’m falling back on my RA bag of goodies while I go in search of it.  Yes, I know what you people come here for. Here is one of my lesser seen favorites. I’ve always thought RA looks quite French and therefore made the perfect Monet.  The expressiveness […]

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It’s Monday and Fitzg’s Journey is back with another installment.  This week she discusses The Governess. For a bigger view, click here.    

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It’s supposed to snow tomorrow!  That makes this snow bunny quite happy. So starting off the Serene Sundays of holiday music is Winter Wonderland sung by Johnny Mathis.  It was part of one of the most famous Christmas albums every recorded, Merry Christmas.  Recorded in 1958, it was Mathis’s seventh album but first Christmas album. […]

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While trolling YouTube for your enjoyment, I came across ADA which does animation battles.  Contestants submit their videos and they have face-offs.  Uploaded a few weeks ago was a funny current satire called Ghostbusting Wall Street.  It’s political but still ridiculous enough to be enjoyed by everybody.    

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Happy Black Friday!

For those of you out braving the Black Friday insanity, more power to ya!  Meanwhile, I shall be sanely indoors playing elf for my hosts, helping them decorate four trees and a sweeping staircase.  Yes, it’s my own brand of Christmas madness. In the meantime, I’ll kick off the holiday celebrations by giving you what […]

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Happy Turkey Day!

Ah, Thanksgiving, the day when we pause to commemorate the story of the Pilgrims and the Indians breaking fish and maize together, and give thanks for all we have -on some other blog.  On my blog, I believe in getting down to what really matters – the FOOD. For most of my childhood and adolescence, […]

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For me, the countdown to Thanksgiving (the last Thursday in November in the US) means officially  heralding in the Christmas season.  This has always been the way things have been done in my family.  But for the last 15 years or so, the holiday season  seems to creep earlier and earlier in sales land.  Pre-lit Christmas […]

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Minimalist Experiment

                             

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Monday is here and so is Fitzg’s Journey’s with Cofee, Tea or Me?, Part 2: Tea or Me?  Woohoo! For a bigger view, click here.    

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