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Archive for November, 2010

Winter Wonderland

Here’s what I’m wondering. :) Is the whole winter going to be like this? :) If the present snowstorm produces four inches, we will have broken a record for November. In fact, according to Sam Champion on GMA, we’ll have had more snow in this one month than all of last winter put together.

I wrote a chapter yesterday–finally got everybody in the new story right where I want them–and it sure feels good to be working.

Caught a minor cold–unfortunately, it’s not the kind that rates hot toddies and sympathy. :) Joking aside, I am VERY glad it won’t keep me from

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5 Cows A-milking

Well, the hype is here–officially.

Black Friday. Pre-Black Friday. And now, Cyber Monday.

For Pete’s sake.

I guess I’m old-fashioned (okay, I KNOW I’m old-fashioned), but I miss the days when Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s were separate and distinct. We had time to enjoy each festivity as it came, and really savor it. What a concept. :)

This year, I’m giving milk cows as gifts for Irene, Joan, Leslee, Nancy and the Toronto Harlequin crew. (Irene expressed concern about keeping livestock in a New York apartment :) )Of course the actual animals will be given to needy families in

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The stitching across the toe of a cowboy boot is called a toe wrinkle.

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