Monthly Archive: April, 2013

Z – The end of my Cesare Crush *le sigh*

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Z – the last letter of the alphabet.  I have been somewhat stressing over the course of the last week as to what to write. I didn’t want to choose an obvious word or seem… Continue reading

This Post Brought to You by the Letter Y

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It’s getting to be that time of year again: vacation time.  Go visit Yellowstone!  Read my blog posts about visiting the Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Mount Rushmore, and the Badlands here.  And here.  And… Continue reading

Xerophytic – what I sincerely hope I and my yard are

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I live in West Texas. And in case you didn’t know it is dry out here. I mean really dry. Severe drought conditions last year caused water restrictions to be put in place. But here… Continue reading

V is for valour…

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Today is Anzac Day in Australia (and New Zealand).  This won’t mean much to anyone who doesn’t live in either of those countries, but for those of us who do it is an… Continue reading

Ginger Pop: U is for Unicorn Trapper Keeper

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If I had to lay money on the success of designer Ed Hardy, I would say he owes a muffin basket to school supply designer Lisa Frank. Remember Lisa Frank? Those bright colored… Continue reading

S is for Surprise

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Sometimes life throws a curve ball right at your head just to see if you’re paying attention. I’m not talking about those little fast ball pitches where you thought one thing was going… Continue reading

Rolling your Rs – things Charlotte can’t do for $200, Alex

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Rolling your Rs – that would be on the list of things I can’t do despite ridiculously large amounts of time and effort being devoted to the attempt. Whistling would also be on… Continue reading

R is for racing …

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You may recall that in my last post I was rambling about my love/hate relationship with jogging.  Surprisingly, nothing has changed in that quarter.  Except that now I’m contemplating doing a 10km fun… Continue reading

The Letter Q

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The letter Q holds a dear place in my heart.  It’s sassy roundness with a tail along with the necessity of the helper letter “u” means it doesn’t get used very often.  When… Continue reading

P is for Pancakes

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Pancakes often save the day at our house. Okay, usually just dinner time, but who doesn’t like breakfast for dinner?! Add some bacon or sausage and fresh fruit and you’ve got a complete… Continue reading