Monthly Archives: October 2008

Have a lot of green tomatoes?

Does your dining room table look like this?  (That would be 5 pounds of green tomatoes, along with a huge bok choy, 2 1/2 pounds of chard, and eggplants if you’re curious.) Then make this! Here’s the link to Farmgirl … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Noah!  We love you!From Auntie Laura and Uncle Nik

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Not Poetry Thursday

I’m fresh out of poems for this week (unlike Mom who has a beautiful fall poem up) but here’s a link to a very interesting story by Dana Stabenow, who is a nationally known Alaska author.  It’s a pretty interesting … Continue reading

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The advice request part

I decided that other entry was too long so I’m putting the request in a separate entry.  If you haven’t already, go read the entry underneath this with all the pictures and then come back. So here’s what I need. … Continue reading

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Advice wanted

Hi everyone.  I know I’ve been fairly absent from the blogging world.  It just seems like there’s so much to do and not enough time to do it in. Plus, I have this perfectionist streak in me that doesn’t want … Continue reading

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You know the scene in “Finding Nemo” where they break the filter in the aquarium?

That’s just about what Dillingham’s water looked like until about 15 minutes ago.  It’s a wonder he’s still alive.  Although my care of him doesn’t show it, I do really love having a goldfish and I’m glad he’s the centerpiece … Continue reading

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Poetry Thursday

NorthBay, A Haiku by me We dug up some mud We counted lots of bivalves Where are the mussels?

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