Monthly Archives: May 2007

Little Bunny on the Move

Want to knit this cute little bunny? Then knit two ears, then knit a square. That’s all the knitting. Ears and a square. Then sew the square according to the magic instructions, and voila, you have a bunny! Serve with … Continue reading

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Orange Animals Described with Quotes from Raising Arizona

Mephistopheles. His friends call him Lenny, but he got no friends. The Professor calls him Meph. Meph has magical sparkly eyes . . . Savannah. She lives with Cousin Sarah and Brian. She’s an angel straight from heaven!

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The Straight and Narrow and Overgrown Kind

While on a walk on “The Path” in Avondale Estates, the Professor and I spotted Queen Anne’s Lace . . . . . . and ladybugs having sex . . . . . . and my next car. At least … Continue reading

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Tea Time

I enjoyed tea with kinfolks Friday at Tea Leaves and Thyme, in honor of my dear aunt Joan’s retirement and just for a chance to get together and don silly hats and eat amaretto cream and scones. The shop also … Continue reading

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New Car Future

More expensive impending repairs on the Lumina tell me it’s time to move on. Now I have no idea how to proceed. I’ve never picked out a car before. My first car, an 87 Cougar XR7, was given to me … Continue reading

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Anybody Want to Fetch Fresh Eggs?

Anybody want to collect free fresh eggs for a week? It involves stopping by my house daily for five or six days. That is approximately 8-12 suburban farm-fresh eggs.

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Armchair Safari

If you don’t have Google Earth, download it now. It’s free. And super fun to play with. The cheapest way to travel the world. You don’t even need malaria shots! After you find your house and do some other globe … Continue reading

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Barn Dance

On Saturday, Alison and Mike and Sarah and Kate came over to join me and the Professor for supper, potluck style. I roasted a chicken–Stephanie’s recipe–and it was yum. Folks brought cornbread casserole, a delicious salad, pesto mashed potatoes, and … Continue reading

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I Am Too Nerdy for the Renaissance Fair

I went to the Georgia Renaissance Festival with the Professor last weekend. It was okay, but I wouldn’t recommend it, at least not if you’re looking for something somewhat related to the Renaissance. I mean, for $15, at least give … Continue reading

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Eating Crow

FEED ME! My neighbors are fostering a baby crow that was brought into their granddaughter/niece’s veterinary practice. It is so freaking cute. Here it gobbles down wet cat food. They’ll eventually release it back in the wild. Now it is … Continue reading

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