Category Archives: Mr. C

#Throwbackthursday Last Summer

This week’s throwback post takes us back to last June when I was thinking about ways to tame the wild areas around the yellow house. My my how plans change when we least expect it!

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#Throwbackthursday Chapter 1

  How I managed to find myself living on the edge of a big little town with two brothers and their dogs. It’s been a great eighteen months and now I’m solo care taking. I miss those dogs and those … Continue reading

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Summer’s Solstice

I took a break for a couple of weeks. I simply didn’t write anything nor did I read terribly much, either.  I wasn’t/am not burned out with writing but I had nothing terribly new to add to the internet’s conversation. My … Continue reading

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My quiet house has been transformed in the course of a couple of weeks between my younger son being here for a week and then Mr. C and Piper arriving for the summer just days later. I was a little … Continue reading

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My Sweetheart City

Loveland is called both “The Gateway to the Rockies” and “The Sweetheart City”. Its name reflects the quality of life we enjoy in this part of the state when a Gallup poll named it as number 5 in the country … Continue reading

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April, May, and June

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More pictures! I’m not much of a web mistress so my formatting is custard.  This is April, May, and June. The pace was a bit less frenetic for me whenI started working at home. and eliminated three hours of commuting … Continue reading

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Pictures! January, February, and March

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I blog about a month in advance and I’ve been working on other writing projects so I’m getting mildly burned out with a full time job and writing almost as many hours each week. I had four days left to … Continue reading

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