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My 136 pound lap dog...our life with Lacy a Gentle Giant

A comprehensive list of the pros and cons of living with a Saint Bernard :)

Pro: you feel like you are on a parade while out for the daily walk… 327 more words


If I Were a Tree/ Si yo Fuera un Árbol

Let’s see, if I were a tree, I would try very hard to tell thee, climb, and swing and hang on to me.

Oh how happy I would be, the way you would look at me. 177 more words


The Dry Patches

It’s raining. It’s pouring.

It’s pouring, but it’s not like it is in Portland. In Portland, it drizzles and gradually gets heavier; it eases you into your misery, instead of dumping down a sudden bucket of exponentially harsh reality. 448 more words

Gen. Musings

Why I Love My GARAGE!

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I was raised in the city, lived in a two bedroom tenement for the majority of my childhood before moving to a house where the… 350 more words


We have a winner!

Last month, I paid $34 to enter 6 of my photos into a local contest which would print selected winners’ work at one of the bus shelters in the county. 51 more words


Bloody April

April has been a rough month for all of us here at Yarnhoards; Dyan lost her mojo, Christine’s took a hit, and mine finally hit the skids too. 293 more words


Ramoth, the Fifth Wonderful Portrait of Christ, CITIES OF REFUGE, Part 6.

The cities chosen as Cities of Refuge were Kedesh of Galilee in the hill country of Naphtali; Shechem, in the hill country of Ephraim; and Kiriath-arba (also known as Hebron) in the hill country of Judah. 901 more words