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Today, I am mourning the loss of Fall Break. I could write an ode to Fall Break, if I had had more sleep. I didn’t have more sleep, because Fall Break has ended. For nine days, I enjoyed the sleeping … Continue reading
Oh Y’all, this day! I loved this day! It started kinda wonky. Moo had shots yesterday and she was puny last night, so I let her sleep in this morning and gave her the option of stayin home. We took Sassy to … Continue reading
When you’ve lived in The Deep South for seven years, you may forget a few things about actual cold weather. No, you don’t forget shoveling and scraping. Don’t be ridiculous. In fact, you were relieved to not shovel or scrape. … Continue reading
Humans have done a lot of ugly things to the planet, but pardon me for reveling in the way yellow leaves cast their color on black asphalt. Pretty, non? Whenever I return home, many mornings of the week, or as … Continue reading