P4020016 Originally uploaded by jhjohnso. In my garden, the first flowers of spring are always the snowdrops. They aren’t very showy. But, when they poke their clean white heads up through all that gray winter litter…. what a joy!
Looking up Fox Street toward Willow Drive. Foxwillow…. get it?
Last summer, I spent a week at ‘La Maison du Patchwork’ in Chateauponsac, France. My mother and I had a wonderful time, good people, good food, good conversation. A special member of our group was our hosts’ English bulldog, Sir. Sir was wonderfully friendly and enthusiastic. He would leap with gusto at every opportunity to…
Elizabeth Merritt, born 1-22-1955 Betsy, Happy 50th Birthday. You’ll always be an historic treasure to us. On this important day, we send lots of love from all of your friends and family. Click here to leave a comment for Betsy
When the thermometer hits the “below zeroes” and the weather reports are full of dire safety warnings, haven’t you ever wondered “just how cold is it, really?” For instance, is it cold enough to freeze water in the air, before it hits the ground? In fact, as you can see here….yes, it is. Our test…
Carl G. Schraubstadter (1827-1897) – Born in Dresden (now in Germany). Came to America in 1854. Settled first in the Boston area. Married Augusta Stern in 1864. Moved to St.Louis with his wife and children in 1874. Type foundry. My great-great gandfather. I have quite a bit more. I’d love to hear from anyone interested.
Today is going to be cold here in Minnesota. I have friends who are experiencing their first winter. They have been feeling sure that they have seen the worst. But all they have really had is a little discomfort and inconvenience. Now it will plunge to far below zero. It will be more than uncomfortable….
Our indian friends at GE arranged a Divali celebration for us. I was lucky to have the chance to wear a borrowed sari (thank you, Nilu).
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