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Saturday Scriptings: Iowa State Fair: Part 3 – The People

The final part of the Iowa State Fair series: The people! Today's blog is being done from the local brake and tire shop. My wife is at school and we have today off (for whatever reasonπŸ™„), so her car gets... Continue Reading →

Iowa State Fair: Part 2 – Food #SOL22

You always hear about the fair food, fried in particular. Butter on a stick (ick), Oreos on a stick (yummy), Twinkies on a stick (meh), and on and on. This year's new food, a deep-fried queso burger: beef chips and... Continue Reading →

A Crack, A Slip, and a Few Stitches #SOL21

Hello you beautiful blog and you beautiful readers! #areyourtakingyourmeds I'm offended by that comment! πŸ™‚ It's been a day and it's not even noon yet! However, sometimes, you just get that feeling of bliss and that's where I am right... Continue Reading →

I Heard Sniffling….

Ok, I didn't really hear sniffling. #whatareyoutalkingabout I blogged on April 1 (I think) and I've not done a new one until today. 11 days of no writing, no thinking about writing, no words on a page, no words in... Continue Reading →

#SOLC21 – Day 28 – It’s Time to Start the Garden, Again!

Today was another dreary day, but things are looking up. The weather forecast was for 55 degrees today, but it was changed to windy and 40. #BRRRRR My arm hurt a bit, but for the most part, very few reactions,... Continue Reading →

#SOLC21 – Day 7 – Are You Amish?

First, Susan, I made waffles this morning and they were heavenly. I did notice that the last time I made them, they were from scratch. This time, I used a mix, and while they were delicious, they weren't quite as... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wanderings – Charleston: Day 3 – A Foodie’s Delight

Today, it was all about the food. First, breakfast! We had fresh fruit, yogurt with granola, delicious coffee, and our other choices were grits and eggs. I had a little try of the grits. Paste. Nope, not a fan. Everything... Continue Reading →

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