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Butternut Squash with Onions and Pecans

With the cabin full of Butternut Squash, it seemed prudent to start searching for recipes. Allrecipes.com has like 194 recipes for Butternut. The first one I chose is a simple dish that received rave reviews. 73 more words

Copenhagen part I

We arrived on Thursday at around 9 pm at our friends´ amazing apartment in Østerbro and were welcome with bubbles, Danish roast beef, sesame broccoli salad, remulade (a sort of mayo with pickles inside), to mention some of the goodies. 359 more words


Reppin’ the QC’s!

So most of you know that I am a Michigander, but I am finding out that a lot of people don’t know that I currently reside in the great state of Iowa; more specifically, in the Quad Cities. 992 more words

Adoptive Home

Antiques: Why You Should Love Them

The thought of antiques can conjure up images of big, dusty, and suffocatingly BROWN furniture crowding up a small room. Surely, we have all wound our way through antique shops that would challenge even the most maze-practiced mouse. 559 more words


Estate Tag Sale Postponed. Sorry, Folks!

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Circumstances beyond our control have circumvented the sale.


Thank You Sir....May I Have Another

It happens to the best of us, the dreaded returned item. I have had two this week and as always the first reaction is ughhhh. After the initial “oh man” reaction I settled down and let my processes and good business practices take over. 376 more words

John Sewell's This Old Thing

Painting format rare for artist

Q: This oil picture was in my mother’s house. I brought it home, and had it reframed. It now has a prominent place in our home. 686 more words