Monthly Archives: November 2010

THANKSGIVING THOUGHTS:

From five kernels of corn to gobble till you wobble  Today’s Thanksgiving celebration is marked by over abundance of food and over eating at a table surrounded by family and friends, much like the first Thanksgiving observed by the Pilgrims. … Continue reading

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MY CALENDAY COLORING BOOK

BRONZED NOVEMBER To have something bronzed means to preserve it by dipping it in a mixture of tin and copper. Bronze is also a color defined as yellowish brown or reddish brown to olive. All of these definitions describe November; … Continue reading

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LIFE IN PONDVILLE:

MYSTERIOUS BEE HIVE COLONY COLLAPSE IS EXPLAINED  The fun of having a blog is that I can express myself freely. No committee to choose the topic or editor peering over my shoulder, I can say anything I want without being … Continue reading

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THE DAY AFTER

This is the day I have been looking forward to for a long time. It is finally the day after the elections. We have endured a barrage of mudslinging, name calling, headache inducing, and nauseating commercials for months. It begins … Continue reading

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