Monthly Archives: March 2012

Good bye sweet Burtie

It’s been a tough week for us. I awoke yesterday morning knowing Burtie was gone.  The first thing I asked Ed was if he’d seen him.  Now, the kitten had spent most of the night with us, so I had … Continue reading

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The Warrior’s Game

Finally.  After two and a half years editing my existing eleven books, I have completed converting them from either paper or corrupt digital formats into sparkling new files.  Editable files.  Usable files.  Files that don’t fill the page with ASCII … Continue reading

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Farewell Walter

It is a week to say goodbye to cats. We sadly bid farewell to our beautiful Walter who was killed yesterday by either a raccoon or a domesticated dog. (Both of these animals kill just to kill, not to consume.) … Continue reading

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Goodbye Wilma

This weekend, we said goodbye to Wilma, the mother of our kittens Wilburt (Burtie) and William (Billy). She’s a calico and, try as she might, she couldn’t acclimate to our multi-cat plus dog household. She was miserable and was making … Continue reading

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SNOW!

It never rains or snows in Cornville. That’s what all the locals tell us. There’s something about the configuration of the mesas and hills around us that diverts weather. Of course, that’s not true. If you look at my posts … Continue reading

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Free Kindle Books Mar 14-18

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It’s almost Par-Tay Time…

For the next five days you’re going to see very little about farming and a whole lot about books.  That’s because for the next five days I and my book Almost Perfect are participating in the Free Par-Tay with a … Continue reading

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Peperonata

This must be the week for recipe requests because I’ve had another, this one from my wonderful son Justin.  Now that he has his great new kitchen in his Seattle condo he’s starting to cook more regularly.  Remembering this dish … Continue reading

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Lasagna on a Grand Scale

I just finished this years Sister Study survey form.  More than ten years ago my middle sister Stephanie had an occurrence of breast cancer, twice actually, but she’s now cancer free (go Steph!).  As a result she asked me to … Continue reading

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Jalapeno Jelly

This recipe is for my Scottsdale neighbor Wendi, who several years back invited me to a Pampered Chef party at her house. As we chatted she mentioned that she’d really wanted to serve an appetizer of crackers with cream cheese … Continue reading

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