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The Rosiest Gal I Know

The Rosiest Gal I Know

I have met some really cool people since moving to Virginia in 2011. It’s hard to believe it has already been five years! Well, not officially five until September 30/October 1, but that’s close enough. Sometimes it still feels so new… But, back to me having met COOL people. One of the interesting localish ladies I’ve befriended is […]

Do You See It?

Do You See It?

I can’t help it. I see faces in the oddest places. And once I see one, I can never unsee it. Know what I mean? She kind of reminds me of the shrunken head character in the movie Beetlejuice. In other news… I am honored to be hosting my friend ScooterBob for the next few weeks. […]

Not-so-traditional Thanksgiving

Not-so-traditional Thanksgiving

I hope you folks in the US enjoyed your Thanksgiving. Ours was interesting. As I mentioned the other day, we didn’t have any meal plans for turkey day. A couple of weeks ago, when I was cataloging VA LOVEworks I still needed to capture, I mentioned planning a trip in the car, since Winter is approaching. […]

Surprise Delivery & Thanks

Surprise Delivery & Thanks

Is there anything as fun as getting an unexpected package in the mail? It’s extra cool when there’s something uniquely “you” inside. Last Friday, I received that kind of package. It totally made my day. And I still smile when I think about the Staples (office supply store) box that so completely masked what was […]

Sidetracked

Sidetracked

Have you ever been chewing on a kernel of an idea for a post, which needed just the right image then, while searching for said image, gotten completely sidetracked by the search results? That’s what happened to me this morning. I was all set to tell you about this different sort of plan I have for […]

Yes, Giants Matter

Yes, Giants Matter

I’ve been a fan of kitschy roadside stuff for as long as I can remember. Perhaps it started with the big Yogi Bear statue at the Jellystone Park campground my family frequented in the mid- to late-1970s. It was about 20 feet tall and, like the one pictured on the right, included a basket into […]