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Finally, it’s spring, even here in the midwest. The summer sheets are on the beds, jackets and coats have been put away until autumn. The weather went from terribly cold to hot without anything in between. 289 more words

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Image result for blogging break Finally, it’s spring, even here in the midwest. The summer sheets are on the beds, jackets and coats have been put away until autumn. The weather went from terribly cold to hot without anything in between. The official start of summer is just four weeks away.  After all this rain I look outside and wonder what had happened to our yard. It looks like a disaster area, a paradise for weeds and they are spreading merciless. My garden in the very back looks pitiful. I have work to do -inside and outside. I want to paint and redecorate a room in the house, and I am falling behind. Again I sit in front of my computer, instead of working on the things I need to do. My workroom looks cluttered, I have projects lined up left and right -some with a deadline that I can’t miss. Something has to give, and so I decided to take a four-week blogging break. I will not write new posts -but will continue to read and comment on your blogs. Drinking a cup of tea with my blogging friends has become a routine that I don’t want to miss. Yesterday I mentioned my cooking blog. Sooner or later I have to make a decision what I am going to do with it. The easiest thing would be to just delete it, after all, it has been sitting there hidden in my WP dashboard for almost three years, surely, nobody would miss it now. Throwing it all out, deleting hours of work that’s tough. Some of the recipes, pictures, and posts I would like to keep but where? And then it hit me, why don’t I just bring them over here and share them on The Happy Quitter. And that’s what I decided to do. For the next weeks, I will post some treasures of my “old” kitchen blog here. See you soon!   Image result for blogging break

Loneliness

Robinson Crusoe was marooned for years on a tropical island. At first he succumbs to despair, but later he starts to make things easier for himself, at first rescuing goods from the shipwreck which is fortunately accessible at least for a while on a reef. 1,125 more words

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