Monthly Archives: October 2014

An endangered species….

I am sad to discover that the hand written letter is an endangered species. Yes, I bet you already knew that and so did I, but I was blatantly reminded of this upon perusing a box full of letters that … Continue reading

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In search of Stars Hollow….

Okay, so Steve and I have found ourselves re-watching television favorites of old and remembering why we loved them so much. We will pick a series and max out on episodes each night. It is lovely to immerse ourselves into … Continue reading

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burnt sienna…

The artist is back with a new palette of pigments. The canvas is changing. Greens are melting into a spectrum of scarlet, golds and burnt sienna. Burnt Sienna! I always loved that Crayola crayon shade and would use it to … Continue reading

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Somewhere in time….

I have done so much pondering on my trip…so many emotions overflowed as we trekked our way through our itinerary and dipped ourselves in the magic waters of our memory. It felt as if we were a rock skipping across … Continue reading

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Immeasurably More….

We went to the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France to pay our respects to the men of the Allied Invasion in 1944. This spot is located on a peaceful bluff overlooking Omaha Beach, and is filled with American plants … Continue reading

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Our Pensieve

In Harry Potter, the magical Pensieve is an object used to review memories. It contains the memories of people who have poured forth their recollections into it. Professor Dumbledore suggested that they could then be sifted through  and examined at … Continue reading

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the old tweed hat….

As we prepare for our journey across the pond, I’ve been perusing old letters that were sent home and saved from our days spent there. These letters have been tucked away and forgotten for a very long time. Uncovering their … Continue reading

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