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Well, now…

Where to start? 

The laptop did not come in, and if the hotel had a business center, I failed to find it.  Hence, no blogs–until now.  :)

Last week’s winners, before I forget, were: Jean Burkacki and Marlene Kubick–congratulations, ladies.  A new contest begins today.

I had a marvelous time in Seattle–did some Christmas shopping and hit TWO different bead stores, doing considerable damage to my bank account.  Debbie M chuckled over the largesse and said it reminded her of her own forays to yarn shops.  :)  Time with Debbie is rare and precious; she inspires me in every way and, of

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Stone Crazy, That’s Me

Somehow, I never imagined myself as a rock collector–Annie Oakley, an astronaut, a guest at the White House, or Little Joe Cartwright’s wife, yes.  But a rock collector?  No.

:)

(The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, Mom!)  A mail day doesn’t pass these days, it seems, without a package from some eBay seller in a far-off country.  So far, I’ve gotten great stuff, at pretty reasonable prices.  (In some cases, the shipping costs more than the item.)

OK, so Mom’s rocks are, well, rocks,  while most of mine are some kind of mineral or gemstone–carnelian, citrine, lapis luzuli, picture

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.

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