Category Archives: Daily life

Down to (Rich) Earth

This week The Hound asked: If you could spend one evening in a multi-millionaire’s home:1. what’s the first thing you’d want to see?2. what would you expect to find? NOT expect to find?3. what could ruin that experience (of spending … Continue reading

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Where Shall I Start?

This week’s topic is one I suggested: “What’s first on your to-do list for 2023?” I guess it’s the list-maker in me that made me think of this. Each evening, I make a to-list for the following day. When I … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for the Holidays

Our Tuesday Fox asked, “How does/did your family countdown to Christmas? Did/do you have any special family traditions?” [AS] This topic had me scratching my head. My family enjoys celebrating holidays together, but we honestly don’t prepare for them together. … Continue reading

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Two Shots in the Keester

… Or There-abouts By Jeff Salter [Note: this was originally written as a Possum Trot Post… on the afternoon of 12-31-2013] Spent nearly three hours at the walk-in medical clinic today. Started feeling really lousy yesterday and last night I … Continue reading

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Murder and Kindness in the Highlands

Oh, I have been a busy bee, but you’d never know to see my house! I have had projects going and a family member who was working on his own project here has been in and out too much to … Continue reading

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Foxfire

Have you ever read the “Foxfire” books? They started out as a periodical in the late 1960s and by the early 1970s, the articles were compiled into books, as more and more information was gathered. This all came to be … Continue reading

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This Was the NFL Way Back When

Watching TV Football was a Different Experience by Jeff Salter Just a word of history to any youngsters out there who possibly assume TV sports have always been covered as they are today.Nope. Back in the old days, the NFL … Continue reading

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Games…Sigh

Favorite game to play as a child? As an adult? We were a game-playing family when I was growing up; I think in the 50s and 60s just about everyone was. When I was really young we lived in an … Continue reading

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Women Veterans

“What book changed how you see the world and why?” My first thought is: “What book hasn’t? I have had many arguments with non-fiction-only readers who say that novels, poetry, etc. are a waste of time and don’t enrich your … Continue reading

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Gimme a Shot

Looking at the photos on your phone (or camera, if you still use one), what place or type of event do you tend to photograph most often? Honestly, if you look at my phone, you’ll see a lot of unintentional … Continue reading

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