Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Tiny Post With an Added Surprise!

It is 52F here today! What a treat. The snow is melting slowly, which I hope means no flooding of our creek. I have seen a robin, and that is GOOD! The experiment continues: my huge pots of bulbs that … Continue reading

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The Creek in Spring…

We spend a good bit of time observing our creek in Spring, checking on the ice thaw. There has been serious concern this year because not only have we had an extremely cold winter without a break, but we also … Continue reading

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Back to Frost Patterns…

March 24, 2014 *****

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Imagine!

This old playhouse is on the property of a house my daughter and son-in-law hope to buy. It brings back memories of a playhouse I visited many years ago on a sheep farm in New York state. I was about … Continue reading

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And So it Begins!

Ivy will be 5 in May. This week she has been traveling with her family, preparing for a big move to a new province. Although she is having a wonderful time, she definitely wants to be sure to be back … Continue reading

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By girls- for Everyone!

I’m a fan of A Mighty Girl‘s site: http://www.amightygirl.com/ Here’s one reason why: Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta were graduate students at Columbia University’s School of Architecture in 2010 when a devastating earthquake struck Haiti. In one of their classes, … Continue reading

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Causes

Oh, I’m a great one to be concerned about causes! And my family certainly draws me into many: education in Haiti, enforcing gravel pit regulations in Ontario, all sorts of local and worldwide environmental issues, pet rescues…. This time though, … Continue reading

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