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Lake Wenatchee. Continue reading
Posted 11 hours ago at elephantine
Posted 7 days ago at elephantine
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The view from the ferry. Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2018 at elephantine
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Tulips, tulips, tulips! Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2018 at elephantine
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Flowers from the yard. (And this is why I planted extra tulip bulbs last fall — so I wouldn't feel bad about cutting them!) Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2018 at elephantine
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Zelda, always on the lookout. Continue reading
Posted Apr 15, 2018 at elephantine
Thanks, Anna. I'm really glad to hear that!
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thank you, Georgia!
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A patch of brightness on a gray and rainy weekend — forsythia in bloom. Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2018 at elephantine
I have to admit that I'm a little jealous, too :)
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They really are! :)
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Happy Easter to you, too, Sera! :)
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Maximum fluff. Continue reading
Posted Apr 1, 2018 at elephantine
I know, I didn't realize how ruffly the petals would be! I have indeed read Our Souls at Night. It's lovely. Have you read anything else by Kent Haruf? Plainsong is one of my all-time favorite novels.
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Happy to see these grape hyacinths popping up. Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2018 at elephantine
Thank you for the suggestion, Pamela! It sounds like a great read.
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The hellebores I planted last fall have begun to bloom. I just adore them. My long term plan is to plant a whole hellebore patch. (Right now I have just four of them.) Also: currently reading and enjoying the vibrantly... Continue reading
Posted Mar 18, 2018 at elephantine
It definitely sounds like he would! I know very little about planes and I found it interesting, so I'm sure it would be that much more enjoyable to someone who knows more about it. (Part of it is also dedicated to space travel!)
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Hope you're having a nice week :)
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Thanks so much, Kathryn!
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Most of the week was busy with work. But I did get to take a little trip to the Museum of Flight and had some delicious gelato for dessert. Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2018 at elephantine
They definitely seem like a good type of book to listen to on audiobook. Thank you for all your suggestions!
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Thanks so much for the suggestions, Katy!
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Thank you for the recommendation, René! I'll look up that series. I'm amazed at how many cozies there are. I had no idea it was such a popular genre!
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A few days ago I started rereading Light Years by James Salter. I'm also halfway through Assault and Pepper by Leslie Budewitz, a culinary cozy mystery set in Seattle. Are any of you into cozy mysteries? If so, tell me... Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2018 at elephantine
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