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Want, Need, Wear, Read

Ah, Christmastime… That wonderful season of joy, smiles, and giving. Giving?! You know it. It’s not about the carols and cookies, the cyber sales and Santa, the Hallmark movies and holiday mania. It’s not about the things you want to … Continue reading

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Farewell, old man

As you may remember, we lost our sweet Nellie in January of this year. Shortly after her passing, our oldest dog, Buehrle suffered some sort of seizure or stroke where he lost his vision, hearing, and mobility for a brief … Continue reading

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For your consideration…

In a time of transgender bathroom battles, 31 identity options (according to the state of NY), and the ever-growing alphabet of LGBTQIAetc, isn’t it a tiny bit ironic that GENDER REVEAL PARTIES are so trendy? Using only *gasp* two choices: pink and blue! … Continue reading

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Dear Friend

When I blogged in June of 2014 about all of the things that keep me busy, I made reference to my card-making for a project called Girls Love Mail. Little did I know that the cards and letters I created, … Continue reading

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Launching Lamphere’s Furniture Store on Social Media

We were already discussing adding a Lamphere’s Furniture, TV, and Appliance page to Facebook prior to The Writer’s Block Party, but after that panel, we knew it was time! For those of you who don’t know, my husband and son … Continue reading

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J is for…

I wanted to say J is for Just, but when I was editing the post, I realized “just” is one of those words I try to remove. Instead, J will be for Juxtaposition. Check out the rest of The Writer’s … Continue reading

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Enough already, 2017

We are barely into the second half of the year and already we’ve suffered too many deaths. Famous people, yes. It’s always a shame when our idols depart. But closer to home, it has been a tragic year. For people. … Continue reading

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