Monthly Archives: May 2009

Strolling at our own pace for the cure…

Today was the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and we participated.  The day started out cold, windy and rainy – in fact, we showed up at the site wearing lots of layers and carrying umbrellas.  We sat in … Continue reading

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Strolling at our own pace for the cure…

Today was the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and we participated.  The day started out cold, windy and rainy – in fact, we showed up at the site wearing lots of layers and carrying umbrellas.  We sat in … Continue reading

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8 Simple Steps to a Grilled Tempeh Sandwich

Visit relatives who have grilled tofu and vegetables just for you.  Realize that if you had a grill that worked (instead of the old, crummy charcoal grill in the garage) you could make something like this on your own. On … Continue reading

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Spring Dinner in More Than One Home

With the garden still in its infancy…See the row of spinach coming up?  …we are still dependent on the supermarket for most fresh items.  However, we do have asparagus coming up – several stalks per day – and we still … Continue reading

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I’ve got the day off for once!

Last weekend we went to Minneapolis to get Roya.  Ate, unfortunately, at the worst place in the world (TGI Friday’s) but got a decent salad…. everything had meat on it or in it, but when I requested "no chicken" on … Continue reading

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Internet problems

Grrrrr….. My internet isn’t working at home, and I really shouldn’t be posting from school, which is where I am now (you could always watch the movie :)….. eating lunch…..so everything is fine, and I can see comments (for some … Continue reading

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Just like Euell Gibbons, that’s us!

We like morels, but none grow on our property.  Lucky us – someone we know has tons of morels and can’t stand them!  So today we found a bag of them on our doorstep.  Wow!  That’s the good "wild" news.  … Continue reading

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