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Dollhouse Transformation

It started as my cousin’s dollhouse and was passed onto me when she got older.

I recall sitting and playing at it for hours- I had tiny thanksgiving dinners, small-scale Victorian furniture, a light up fireplace. 176 more words


My Grandmother's Jade

Isn’t it a wonder to think of how we cherish family heirlooms.  Its never the trinket itself that makes grandma’s china or great-great grandpa’s watch priceless in a family, but the memories it represents.  623 more words

Put Up or Shut Up

It’s true. The time has come for Mr. Patient and me to put our money where our mouths are. For the love of Pete, put up or shut up. 903 more words

The wings in my blood

A weird title, indeed!

Let me explain.

This morning, I happened to pass through the airport on my way back home. I was in a car, I wasn’t flying. 347 more words


Why Do We Print??

Reality Check

42% of people between the ages of 30 and 44 will likely look back and wonder where photos of their childhood, holiday get-togethers, relatives and friends have gone decades from now? 35 more words


Watanabe Prints

Those who saw my last post may think that our Christmas decorations are not quite museum quality. To convince those doubters, I share our Nativity art that is displayed from Advent to Epiphany (and sometimes longer). 390 more words