Monthly Archives: August 2013

Rock Stars in Sedona!

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There’s a saying that if God created the Grand Canyon, He must live in Sedona. Hubby and I think there’s some truth to that. We were fortunate to spend a glorious day in Sedona at the beginning of summer, as we worked our way to Flagstaff, and then on to the Grand Canyon. Bell Rock, seen here, rose up to [...]

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Connecting with Yard Art

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I take myself way too seriously at times. So, I’m mixing things up a little today by posting a few shots that “communicate” my lighter side. Hope you enjoy my “yard art”  photos… I call this one “communicating on the fly”… You guessed it…”Heartfelt Communications”… I simply pose a question: Does your carrier have your back?… [...]

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Peanut Penne Pasta Salad

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Pasta salads are a favorite of mine. If I knew I wouldn’t gain a kazillion pounds, I would have them often…I mean VERY often… Today, I indulged.  I opted to use Penne and add a bit of crunch with honey roasted peanuts and roasted red peppers in olive oil and garlic. SO GOOD! Let’s get started… Here’s all you need… 1 lb package [...]

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Southern Gardens

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One of the joys of summer is gazing out over a well-tended garden. I think Alice Sebold got it right when she said, “I like gardening. It’s a place where I find myself when I need to lose myself.” In the South, gardens are incredibly varied, like this flower garden in Sweetwater, Tennessee. It has a [...]

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What I’m Reading: Joy

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I stumbled upon Joy, quite by accident the other day. I was browsing the shelves of Swoozies, one of my favorite little shops in Peachtree Corners, and there it was… Joy, the book. This little jewel, a collection of quotes, gave me a fresh perspective about how to look at joy…how to embrace it…how to share it…Here are a few thoughts from the author, M.H. [...]

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