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Roam on over to Roam About Mike’s place. I am guest posting! His blog is all about travel hence the roaming. Sometimes he doesn’t have to go very far to blog about his latest escapade. Along with his amazing photographs, … Continue reading →
Happy New Year everyone. It’s time for another Use Me and Abuse Me Day! It’s that fun virtual party where you get to “abuse” my blog by posting a link to yours in my comment section. I hope the New … Continue reading →
Just look at the snow! This is a photo from last year… Another Use Me and Abuse Me Day is tomorrow, Wednesday the 28th. This virtual party will rock, so come by with a link and hang out a while. Pick … Continue reading →
It’s virtual blog party time! All you have to do is go through your old blog posts and pick one that may have been missed by readers. Come back here and paste one link (URL), in the comment section of … Continue reading →
Self portrait by S. Lindau The girl on the page was sullen. She had so much to give And so much to do. She followed the whims of the author, Who took her to task, Forced her to go through, … Continue reading →
The good news is it stopped raining and I finally went outside to get my gardening done. The bad news is after getting a solid month of rain it looked more like a jungle. The good news is all the … Continue reading →
I still have the determination I had in high school tennis and unfortunately the same smirk when I serve! Monday night I played a United States Tennis Association match in the Devil’s Thumb neighborhood in Boulder. Although I had been warned, I was … Continue reading →