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Author Archives: Audie Jean
I love to drink water from my tap and now that I have a new filter, I can really enjoy it — so delicious!
via Plans Becoming Routines = Success
Yes, indeed! To be precise, if we unravel the stitches in this story , we will see that it involves not only volunteering, community, and loops of love, but also a well-used crochet hook. The babies’ afghans, shown above, were … Continue reading
Shortly after I originally posted this back in 2011, I removed it. Why? Because I had unintentionally succeeded in hurting the feelings of one of my elderly neighbours. Indeed, not only had I rejected his kind offer to blow the leaves off … Continue reading
This summer, the lawns and gardens have been very parched and even a bit crispy in spots. Many people, of course, grumbled about it, while others simply pulled out the watering hoses and listened to the sighs of relief from the roots. I actually … Continue reading
I knew I would get my money’s worth, but little did I know I would get it in spades!
Originally posted on AJ's Classroom:
Who: I and my 82-year-old companion What: walk 5 km When: 7 a.m. Where: the perimeter of our community Why: for mental and physical well-being How: briskly with lots of communication Bonus: All of our senses are…
Oh, my! How we have changed!