To infinity and beyond…

canasta

automated card shuffle

tea

cocoa

rose bushes

hydrangeas

daughters

country blue plaid

ivy-patterned china

ginger snaps

iced coffee

garden gnome’s

Martha Stewart

a matching pair of scissors

Seinfeld

rattan & wicker

angels

teddy bears

bananas

warm 7-Up

jigsaw puzzles

sewing machine

fabric scraps

the ‘slipping’ tablecloth

gophers

garden seeds

peanut butter

aspirin

melting gingerbread houses

crape myrtles

woodwork

books

Denny’s Grand-Slam

coffee creamers

blue willow china

chocolate covered coffee beans

sweatshirts

head cheese

bread pudding

Cassata

baking soda

4’9″ and shrinking  (LOL!)

granny boots

Fiddler on the Roof

Les Misérables

Pavarotti.  The Three Tenors

VCR hell

crocheted blankets

blood pressure cuff

a fist full of coins

toothpaste

a bad haircut

pasta making

“Is this cilantro or mint?”  (LOL)

homeowner dues

lithographs

lemons from Jo’s

Monarch butterflies

animal crackers

kleenex boxes

pendulum clock

Bunco

PrissCilla the cat

Jack pines

clothesline in the attic

“I could give a rat’s ass!”

“M A R J O R I E!”

“F R A N C E S!”

‘I wake up and say, “Thank you”every day.’

breast cancer

radiation

heart attack

Gilroy garlic

spring cleaning

fresh draperies

the eye-of-a-needle

Dove chocolates

chocolate and black licorice

restorations

fretwork

lattice

William Morris

Ethan Allen

Schumacher

Challah

…this list weaves across the heavens, and is, itself, endless.

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~ by coffeegrounded on September 24, 2009.

3 Responses to “To infinity and beyond…”

  1. Sweetheart, thanks for the lovely comment. I am envious of your beautiful trip. Actually that pear post got posted in error without the text. Am just about to fill in the blanks, so as to say!

  2. don’t forget the illegal baking business and the book about the mice :)

  3. Deeba, oh honey, you must get that lovely post finished and searchable. The world needs such beauty.

    Meggie, thanks for the additions to the list. I had forgotten about Collette and Fran’s venture into the catering world. AND…I hope that the story she wrote for President Clinton Whitehouse still lingers somewhere. That would have made for an excellent childrens book. Gosh, I miss her so much; I know you do too. Let us remember to celebrate our tears and not to hide them. We were truly given a gift beyond compare. She rests peacefully and frolicks with those that know her true value. She is away, but we’ll see her again. God doen’t make trash.

    Love,
    Mom

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