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Another belated blog….

I spent the entire day writing, except for a long and fascinating conversation with my new editor, Paula Ekelhoff.   May I say, she is a remarkable woman?  :)  She recommended several books, which I am currently downloading: “In the Garden of Beasts” by Erik Larson, for one.  And niece Jenni recommended “Timebound”, which is also in the transfer process.

I awoke, as usual, at 4 am, and I immediatedly decided this was just plain ridiculous–one thing if getting up so early was working, but it wasn’t.  So I went back to sleep and arose at 7:30 and, guess what, the Earth 

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Catch as catch can

It seems my friend, Mr. Gates, of Microsoft fame, is having trouble keeping MSN online today.  :)  Therefore, I’m dashing off this blog between gaps in service.

I have acupuncture this afternoon–definitely looking forward to that.  It’s wonderfully relaxing, and I always enjoy chatting with cousin-in-law Debra.  We have many interests in common, including energy medicine and spirituality, so it’s always an interesting session.

This year’s gardening experience is also interesting–and very catch as catch can.  My cherry tomato plant is producing; problem is, I keep eating the little buggers as soon as they’re ripe enough.  I peeled and sliced the

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The term “keep your ear to the ground” comes from literally putting an ear to the ground to listen for hoof beats.

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