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Archive for October, 2015

It’s a bean soup kind of day

Dateline: Spokane, WA.  It’s cold and overcast today–in other words, we have perfect for weather making–and eating–bean soup.  I have a batch simmering on the stove as I write this, and the beauty of it is, everything in that brew is a power food.  Yeehaw, Zero Points! 

Moving on from there, this week’s winners are: Bonnie Cupples and Darlene.  Congratulations, both of you.  A new contest begins now, and all you need to do to enter is comment.  Two winners will be chosen at random, notified, and announced on the blog next Monday.  Each winner receives an autographed copy of

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And Suddenly It’s Thursday

The older I get, the faster time flies.

We’re enjoying fabulous fall weather here in Spokane–crisply cool and sunny.  We actually harvested a watermelon yesterday; quite tasty.  Still have tomatoes, too, and you know how I love them if you’ve been reading this blog for longer than five minutes.  :)The dahlias were simply dazzling this year, and I’m glad to say many of them are still blooming.  Talk about color!  Peonies are still my favorites, and I do love my roses, but I’ve got a lasting crush on dahlias, and that’s for sure.  When it comes to art, nobody beats

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.

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