Tag Archives: customs and traditions

Mother Nature’s Sense of Humor

 Mother Nature provided us an April Fool’s joke. Spring snow. That is Upstate New York. Our daffodils shivered in the cold, windy garden. Tis’ Easter season with ladies wearing their finery and Easter bonnets of all colors decorated with flowers. … Continue reading

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Close Your Eyes; Make a Wish!

When we married in Virginia this day many moons ago, it was mild and overcast.  Intermittent rain.  Several years later in another state, we have snow.  How did the thirty-eight years pass so quickly? Two wonderful angels later, we sit … Continue reading

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A Squirrel Tale

Each year at Halloween, we place a real pumpkin on the front step. When It first started, I took the broom to the front step to sweep the seeds left behind by Mr. Squirrel. Vowing to take charge, I purchased … Continue reading

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