Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Playground

The Playground A playground for girls. A separate playground for boys. Seemed natural back in the ‘40’s when I was in elementary school, but it would probably be against the law now. The girls’ playground was on a side of … Continue reading

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Word

Word 2016 Inspired by author Debbie Macomber, in 2012 I chose a theme word for the year. Since then I have seen many articles about this practice. All are positive and emphasize focus. For 2016, I have chosen HEALTH. I … Continue reading

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Lines

Lines Do you stand in line or on line?  Depends on where you’re from. If you’re from New York, you probably stand on line, but elsewhere you stand in line. If you have ever spent time in a classroom you … Continue reading

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Betty Crocker

Betty Crocker One of the lesser-known facts about me is that in 1956 I came in second in the state of Massachusetts  in the Betty Crocker Search for the Homemaker of Tomorrow. This was determined by a test that high … Continue reading

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