Monthly Archives: December 2008

Wordless Wednesday

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Poetry Friday: Snow, Snow, Snow

Temperatures are finally moving out of the freezing range. Snow had turned to rain. Now a time to reflect on the beauty of it all instead of the mess it made of the holiday. snow flan winter treat midnight nibbles, … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve Adventure

We had been snowed in since Sunday. Over 15+ inches dropped on our little part of the world since Saturday.  It was followed by ten hours without power (hardly anything compare to a friend of mine at 66 hours). So … Continue reading

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Sunday Scribblings: Late

Late This amends five years later a grieving heart I wonder will there be a time we chat over coffee reminisce our childhood escapades forgive our transgressions we become family once more Many people have a lot to say about … Continue reading

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One Single Impression: A Winter’s Day

river’s mouth open captures snowflakes all day long serenity drifts dogs sleep together snow glow cascades through window reaches for your hand  we slumber, dreams drift undiscovered paths More haiku and other poetry on the theme, “A Winter’s Day” can … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

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Mandala Monday

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The Difference of a Week

Bird Bath Last Sunday, December 14, 2008 This Sunday, December 21, 2008. Doesn’t it look like a snow flan?

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My Christmas Letter

To those of you in blogland!! This is what I sent out. Greetings from the Pacific Northwest!   This year has been a fantastic year for the Caputo-MacCulloch household.  It began late in 2007 when our daughter, Audrey married Wes … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: A Day Late

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