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  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    -:¦:-*♥~.•*´¨ )♥~*-:¦:-*♥~.•*´¨ )♥~*-: -*♥
    Forgive often, not for the other person but for you, because the act of forgiveness allows you to reclaim your power. Maria Akopyan
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    14 hours ago
  • v LLREED
    Sorry I didn't see your question on the 'Putting Foods Up' thread sooner; it's been a wild week. Sand cherries grow wild here in NE and, I've read, in Utah as well. They only grow about a foot tall in the pastures, but the ones that my landlord planted here in the yard are 3 - 4 feet tall. They bloom early in May and, if we don't have a late frost, produce berries that ripen in late July. They are nearly as big as a blueberry, but a little darker and the skin is bitter. They have a pit, so jelly is the only thing that I make with them. If you do a search for them, search for Western Sand Cherries. There is also a Purple Leaf Sand Cherry; I haven't seen them, but I think I'll order some.
    22 hours ago
  • v SILVERYESTERDAY
    If you're looking for a new book to read I HIGHLY recommend the Agatha Raisin Series. They're basically poking a bit of fun at the Agatha Christie murder mystery genre. The first one had me snorting with laughter and I read it in an hour. The basic plot is that a high flying PR whiz takes early retirement (seriously early as she's about 50) and retires to this cute little village. She doesn't fit in and tries to rectify that by entering the local Quiche baking contest, except she goes and buys a quiche instead of baking it. Which would be scandal enough, but then her quiche seems to poison and kill one of the judges. So she has to go off and try to figure out who really did it. It was adapted for a tv series on Sky in the UK and I was addicted, which prompted me to read the book. It's not intellectual at all, but it's good reading. Let me know if you try it. x
    1 day ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
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    The road may be steep, but you have the ability to cross any mountain. Gail Lynne Goodwin
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    1 day ago
  • v JSTETSER
    Thanks for stopping by and reading my blog! have an excellent day!
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