Monthly Archives: November 2010

85. Doctor, Doctor

Daughter Lisa, son Matt, and I all went in for flu shots last week.  That always gives me a warm and sanctimonious feeling, like I’m doing something wholesome for my body. Visiting the medical facility reminded me that I know … Continue reading

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84. Christmas Spirit

Been out shopping today?  Feet hurt?  Nerves frayed?  Credit card maxed out?  Wishing the Christmas season was already over? If any of the above, — unless you’re one of the viewers who have already watched this video — sit down, … Continue reading

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83. David Ford

  Today’s the 55th birthday of my nephew David Louis Ford.  He’s the third son born to Robert and Arlis Ford.     On our side of the family tree, Dave has only one first cousin born during his birth … Continue reading

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82. Fighting the Blizzard

Where are all those hot flashes now when I could really use them?  Brrr! The Seattle weather made the big news this week.  We had snow and a “cold snap”. If you ask a Seattle native how much snow we … Continue reading

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81. sihT daeR naC uoY epoH I

By the end of this blob, I hope you can read its title. I also have other high hopes for you today. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration with people you love; I hope you had much to … Continue reading

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80. We Give Thanks

Octo-woman gives thanks for a year that was partly an “annus horribilis”, and for the hope of a better one to come. Continue reading

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79. How To Talk Turkey

We still had more snow in Seattle last night and we’re getting ready for a White Thanksgiving.  To prove it, check out granddaughter Josie’s website here for some photos of the white stuff. It’s for real. http://365memories.blogspot.com/ Now about the … Continue reading

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