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January 6, 2012

Second Jam Session Dance


Before the beginning of this season there was a lot of discussions whether or not we should try jam sessions on weekday – every first Wednesday of the month – after the board meeting. It has never been done before in the history of this club so we all knew that it might take some […]

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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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June 30, 2011

Letter from Enon Valley

Slovenian hayrack

Now that I’m done with my breakfast which consisted of multi-grain-spelt-flat-breads with some butter and delicious apple butter, I’m sitting outside on the deck (or maybe that’s porch?), sipping my usual morning mug of hot chocolate soy milk , writing. I haven’t done any writing in quite a few days and by now I started […]

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May 13, 2011

What a difference a day made…


This time of the year it seems to me like my part of Central Florida turns all quiet and uneventful. Pretty much all of the Snowbirds are gone – or are on their way to their northern, summer homes. However, this is also the time of the year when mornings and evenings are still nice […]

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April 21, 2011

Thanks for the greetings

Rainbow and dandelion

There are quite a few things I have to share with all of you today. As always, it’s entirely up to you how many of the recommended pages below you decide to visit – or not. However, I do appreciate every one of you for reading my emails. Before I start listing the links to […]

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February 28, 2011

New buds and new events


This is the third week in a row with an absolutely perfect spring weather and high temperatures in mid eighties during the day. On Saturday morning I noticed the first two 2011 buds on my orange-pink-yellow tea rose that I’ve had for years and that made my morning. Now I can’t wait to see and […]

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