Category Archives: Travel

If not laundry…sunset

Work. Work. More work. A cliché of fast-paced modern life, but that’s the way things have been for me lately. It’s also the reason I haven’t posted lately; why I’ve been away from my you, my blog world friends. Not … Continue reading

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A walk under California’s blue skies

A simple walk out your door can yield poetry as well as good health. Continue reading

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Our Trees are Fair and Lovely

Whether your celebrations include a mammoth, glittering tree or a single branch of garland, you can use ideas from your travels to make a festive and cozy Christmas space. Continue reading

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Pinkish Orange

Some colors in Autumn’s foliage deserve to have a name. What would you name this beautiful color? Continue reading

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The Gift of Today

Travel your neighborhood with the fresh eyes of someone visiting from abroad. Continue reading

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From Two Kitchens to Three (or more)

A few days ago, I described how two paintings evoke memories of two kitchens in my life. But now a third kitchen comes into play—and so it is that my Tale of Two Kitchens goes on. Love of French culture … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Kitchens

Can a wife and mother live and work and love in two kitchens at once? Yes, she can! Continue reading

Posted in Art, Friendship, kitchen talk, Travel | 6 Comments