Monthly Archives: August 2011


Me (Linda), Debbie, Carla and Gary This is not one of the “best” photos that we took but it is the one I loved the most. Because this is what my life is about….Laughter….the only thing I love more is … Continue reading

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Closed Columbine

One of the many benefits of living in the middle of the woods is the variety of flowers that just pop up in various places. It’s not like with a garden when you know that you planted pansies along the … Continue reading

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Bride and Groom

Street photography makes me a little nervous. I have done alot of research on it and I LOVE the feel of the candid moments. For those of you who are curious to know the “laws” on SP the way I did…..You are able to … Continue reading

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Endless Possibilities

My life is going through “transitions”. I have a daughter that is in her 2nd year of college and a son who just purchased his first vehicle (a Jeep Wrangler…aahhh). Although I have been the secretary of our Excavation business … Continue reading

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Chicken w/ Tomatoes, Lime and Cilantro

  Now if somebody would come do my dishes….. Serves 4 * Prep Time 30 minutes * Total Time 30 minutes 1 TB olive oil 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves Coarse salt and freshly ground pepper 1 onion, halved … Continue reading

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A Guide to Suckering Tomato Plants

We have the very good fortune to have many Amish friends. We have learned so much from them. Sometimes I think that I should write a book with all the info. My husband does alot of excavation work for them … Continue reading

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Pepper Harvest

I have a Love/Hate relationship with my garden. There are times when I’m out working in it that I don’t want to quit. I love the feel of a hoe in my hands. I love the straight weedless rows. But … Continue reading

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