Last Monday I completed a group of web pages that I had set out to do days before. I finished my work and it took several 14-hour days and all […]
At the end of a hard working gardening day, the Lone Gardener wonders
This is my old bicycle. I was 16 when mom offered me a choice — This bike or a high school class ring. Being a practical type of girl, I […]
At the grocery store I saw this Later I checked the calendar for the dates of Passover (Apr 9), Good Friday (Apr 10), and Easter (Apr 12). That is 3 […]
Today is the last day of 2008 and with that thought; I am giving myself a 10-year internet anniversary nod. Ten years is the length of time that I have […]
Nineteen years ago I painted this for my son John who was 2 years old at the time. It is just a simple little water color and I did it […]
Do you see a message this image could represent? I’ve asked two people so far, and neither did. Other than it being just a funny picture of a beetle with […]
Today, Holly and I went to buy potatoes so that I can make potato salad for tomorrow’s July 4th feast. A sight that we do not see very often in […]
Yesterday was my 30th wedding anniversary and I had to find a gift for my husband. He is a man who has almost everything. Many of the things that he […]
Our pet, Koko, the kitty on this page: Homeschool Musts for Kids (not really musts, just in fun) is a patient and helpful cat. Most of the time, around 95% […]
Many years ago we bought something that came packed in formed Styrofoam. I can’t remember what it was now, but this is about what we did with the Styrofoam. I […]
I am having problems working. The kitty in our house is very attentive and I appreciate that quality about him. Really I do.
Sheri wrote in her blog about Homemade Afghans Project (HAP) HAP web address: Rectangle6x9.org. HAP is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing comfort to America’s military men and women […]
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Donna Young
Tressays is an Elf!
And so am I!
You can be an elf too!