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rearranging

rearranging
art on the walls
cards, and small gifts
from friends
I see them anew

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8 'old companies' minting new riches

You don’t have to take longshots on brand-new companies like Tesla (TSLA) and Facebook (FB) to make serious cash. There’s a nice handful of old-timer companies that are on a serious hot streak. 454 more words

Buzz

MORE MEN'S PLAID FLANNEL SHIRTS (MENSWEAR FOR WOMEN)

I do this a lot.  I don’t have a perfect figure.  So, when I find something that I think fits me well and I like the way it looks, I buy some.  127 more words

Fashion

Short poem of hope

This poem is for someone who is grieving on a holiday. I’ll be remembering many loved ones, including my parents.  Love keeps growing . . . 21 more words

Christmas

Ellen Grace Olinger reblogged this on Short Holiday Poems and commented:

This poem was a gift. I remember the vase of flowers, and seeing the poem.

Mom was always right

So here’s the deal.

Mom used to tell me when I was a teenager that every year of life goes faster than the one before it. 243 more words

Family Memories

Bagel Power - Kablam

We’ve all experienced the wonder of bagels, whether it be plain as butter or completely complexioned – as far as bagel fillings go.

There were my younger days, when I would peruse the vast, white impersonal shopping centres with friends…..clinging onto an onion bagel for comfort. 549 more words

Recipes

The Lawyerist reblogged this on Food M.D..

The Art of Breakfast

There are two rules in my household.

1. You do not skip breakfast.

   2. You do NOT skip breakfast.

Michael Pollan once said, “eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper” to stress the significance of starting your day off correctly with a generous portion of food.

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