Monthly Archives: March 2010

The High Cost of Good Health, Part 3.

This will end soon, seriously. I need to be able to walk the four miles without stopping at the thrift store. In the meantime, I found two new additions to my odd collection of religious planters. Okay, does the baby Jesus look really, really smug, or is it just my imagination? My mommy is the […]

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The High Cost of Good Health, Part 2

You know how you wrap pills in peanut butter when your dog is sick and needs medication? The Brown Elephant on Clark is the peanut butter that disguises my fitness walks of late. I am a fan of the cloche. I cannot stop buying the cloches. Ma’am, put the cloche down and step away from […]

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Link Love.

I am fascinated with tilt-shift photography — taking photos of actual-sized people and things and making them look like miniature models. It’s amazing. Check out these examples. Little Green Notebook has done a transformational, budget-friendly re-do of her parents’ bedroom. Ooooooooh. KelbyTV. Instructional videos online teaching photography skills. More and more, I’m thinking I don’t […]

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The high cost of good health.

From August to Thanksgiving last year, I was slavishly dedicated to my fitness regime: I was walking almost 4 miles five or six days a week and then, in September, added Jillian Michaels’ 30-Day Shred to the mix. I was losing one to two pounds a week without altering my diet in any radical way […]

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More Paper!

I found these two illustrated children’s music books. Ohhhh. Those illustrations. The rich colors, the happy children, the gallivanting puppies. So very cute.

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