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January 18, 2012

Tons of stuff

Today’s newsletter contains tons of information. I do realize that not everyone might be interested in everything I write about and that’s why I divided the content into a few chapters. That way you can easily go back to whatever benefits you most – or maybe answers one of your questions. . One more thing. […]

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October 31, 2011

Any jammers out there?

Snow season for some, grass planting for others As some of you up north have been experiencing the first snow of the season, the weather in Florida has also cooled a bit. We had the first 40’s morning temperature and we’ve been getting some rain which cheered me up above all. After I’ve been spreading the […]

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September 13, 2011

Fresh mornings and gorgeous days

Fresh mornings in September Florida This is the time of the year when I most appreciate living in Florida. The mornings are fresh and I open all the windows for an hour – following by the most gorgeous days imaginable. Breezy and never too hot. After two months of heat and humidity I can’t even […]

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September 5, 2011

Little green frog

I’ve seen these little green creatures here in Florida before – but never had a chance to take a shot. This time it was different. I walked out the door and knew something was looking at me. I looked straight into little green frog’s direction and there it was, sitting on the side of my […]

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September 4, 2011

Exciting times and Pollyanna-ism

Little girl, drawing

I’ve been through some really exciting times recently – for a simple reason. I’ve been working on two of my new projects. Every now and then I realize how fortunate I am – to be able to find so much happiness in little things… Anyway, my first project – that took most of my after-computer […]

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August 31, 2011

Unusual blue orchids

A lot of plants are growing around my house and indoors but I have never grown an orchid. I’ve been to Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh, PA,  and saw the huge orchid collection there, I’ve been to traditional Spring Hill Orchid Show and several others – but never in my life have I […]

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August 21, 2011

How hurricane weather affects people

Ever since the hurricane Irene first hit the news, I’ve been receiving this email, saying, “Why are the Floridians having all the fun while we’re up north?” Of course, that’s only some sarcasm from the so-called “snowbirds,” people who spend their winter in Florida and return up north in spring. Personally, I’ve been admiring the […]

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