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First Fall

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22 Sept 2015 You-in-the-know know how I love Fall. ┬áIt may be my favorite time of year. Here’s a toast to a wonderful, drawn out crisp and colorful (in many ways) autumn filled with lots of red wine, great dinners, wonderful friends, family and of course my Dear Harry.  

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16 Almonds = 15.3 Gal of Water

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25 May 2015 It may be Memorial Weekend the official kick-off for summer, but here in NoHu the weather is clearly not cooperating. I’m supposed to golf this AM and probably am not– extremely soggy and not to mention the chilly weather. So wherever this finds you, I hope you are enjoying the long weekend with skies of blue and your sun is shining. THE AVERAGE AMERICAN EATS A SLIVER…

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A Green Salad on The Side

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10 March 2015 Spring is definetly in the air here in NoHu Dear Readers. My mind is racing ahead to pool parties, paddle boarding, golfing and just being outside walking Miss Lola. I was dreamining about green leaves and grass when this line of “dish ware” came across my desk. Someone I know has a few pieces of this crazy wonderful line called “Lettuce Ware”. Maybe it’s my mother or…

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Sunny Days to Come

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28 February 2015 Well, we made it thru February and praise the gods tomorrow is first day of March. I feel a real sense of renewal, a rebooting if you will, like a cloud has been lifted. I just stocked my sunny and bright house with lemon yellow daffodils. They’re everywhere. Desk in studio, foyer, kitchen, my bath vanities. Which reminds me of a poem from childhood by Wordsworth. Here’s…

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