Tag Archives: holiday postcards

A new year with prosperity of all kinds

As mentioned earlier, my husband and I are building a vintage postcard scrapbook one postcard at a time. The album spans 100 years from 1860 to 1960 and many slots are yet to be filled. This is my last postcard. … Continue reading

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Time Stamped

As mentioned earlier, my husband and I are building a vintage postcard scrapbook ~ one postcard at a time. The album spans 100 years from 1860 to 1960 and many slots are yet to be filled. From here on out … Continue reading

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A Happy and a Merry

From my family to yours, I wish you Merry Christmas. If this is not a day you observe, Happy Holidays, Happy Yule.  I’ll be back on the 26th. 🙂  If you’re here for the first time, we’re building a vintage … Continue reading

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Help Wanted: elves

I could use a few elves right about now! This last month feels like I did when I was 15. Back then, simple things like walking and brushing my hair hurt me like I had carpet tacks and broken glass … Continue reading

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Krampus & Many Links!

Did you ever wonder about this warning to misbehaving children? “You’d better be good or Santa will put coal in your stocking.” Many many years ago I worked at a historical society and we were expected to site three original … Continue reading

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The Gift of the Magi

I’m uber busy today, too busy for much writing here. I’d like to share a beautiful love story written in 1905 by William Porter. You might know him by his pen name O. Henry. I give you… One dollar and … Continue reading

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On a lone winter evening, when the frost has wrought a silence

On a lone winter evening, when the frost has wrought a silence. ~John Keats If you pay attention to your circadian rhythm, you’ll notice something tonight. The sun will set a bit early and morning will come a bit late … Continue reading

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Creepy Clockworks

Mention cuckoo clock and our mind immediately goes to a wall clock with a small door through which a little bird pops out on the hour and says cuckoo. This clockwork movement consists of a precise array of gears and … Continue reading

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Going through a Phase

My mind has always been inquisitive. I’m an informational reader mostly, though I do fiction binge on occasion. I’ve read upwards of 20 novels during one of these month-long fiction feasts. When I’ve had my fill, I won’t pick up … Continue reading

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A Marvelous Night for a Moon Dance

I’ve mentioned here before that I am a drummer. My husband and friends gather regularly to make music together. We have all sorts of percussion instruments and unusual rhythm makers from all over the world. Sometimes we make music indoors, … Continue reading

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