Monthly Archives: June 2014

Happiness is a response

Happiness is a warm puppy Charles Schultz said, and in a sense he was right. But what is a warm puppy to you? I think for most part we are all people people, meaning that we are happiest when we … Continue reading

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Top Ten Ways You KNOW You’re a Texan

Originally posted on Texana's Kitchen:
So, the top ten ways to know that you are a Texan are thus: 10.  It is February, you’re A/C is running. In fact, you’re A/C runs every day, except for 12 minutes in…

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Savannah’s Tiny Cottages: Total Charm in 300 Square Feet

Originally posted on GALLIVANCE:
I’ve had a lifelong fascination with tiny abodes. Tree houses, gypsy wagons, log cabins, and Airstream Bambis have all sparked my imagination over the years. When we lived in London I discovered Ikea and was totally…

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Pho Thai

Originally posted on Cooking with a Wallflower:
Vietnamese pho noodles in Thai spicy and sour soup with shrimp, mushrooms, and refreshing basil, a quick and easy recipe for a cold dreary day. Vietnamese pho + Thai Tom Yum = Pho…

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Beach Cruise – Part TWO

After I wrote my post “Tourist Town” I decided to act as your roving reporter and take some pictures on your behalf. Click on the images to enlarge ! 🙂 It was a wonderful weekend for the Beach Cruise event, … Continue reading

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Tourist in your own Town

The town where I live relies on events, events and volunteers, to entice tourists to our beautiful spot. It is a lovely city, nestled in a valley, two different lakes at each end,  you can walk the length of the … Continue reading

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