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Winter time heating in my childhood
Posted On 08/19/2013 16:57:50 by oppsgal
I was born in 1947 when my birth father died in 1950 we moved into a 1/2 double Victorian house, mama's rent was 19 dollars a month.  We had the downstairs. In Ohio the winters can get pretty cold.  I remember mom sticking folded newspapers under all the doors and in the door cracks to keep the air out  we only used one door in wintertime.  and we used  plastic draperies bought at the 10cent store to cover the windows to keep the drafts down, and she would tap... Read More



My Attitude Adjustment
Posted On 03/03/2013 11:47:08 by yourchoice
I'm as snug as a bug in a rug this morning as I watch the snow storm from my window. We had plans for today, but the weather announcements are strongly suggesting that unless we have an emergency, we should stay off the roads. Being that we are 'country folk', and to go anywhere we need to do a bit of travelling, we will heed the warning. This too will pass!

As I have been listening to music, reading email messages, knitting, and wandering around The Hill, I remembered a video from the Mo... Read More



Winter IS coming - Isn't it??
Posted On 05/30/2011 05:04:48 by Wings72

We are now at the end of May - only 3 weeks away from the shortest day of the year  - We are certainly getting less sunshine each day as it quickly drops low enough for shadows to stretch right across our properties, yet large parts of New Zealand are still regularly reaching temperatures above average for this time of year.

My garden is still, slowly, ripening Tomatoes - normally would be Frosted and gone by now.  Nasturtium are still flowering, ditto,  - so is my Tre... Read More



Tonight
Posted On 02/27/2011 09:51:33 by Slambang
February 27,2011' The weatherman has been predicting a storm for today and tonight, with possibly some severe thunder storms. It is a little overcast now, but I fear (bad choice of words) dread ,maybe, tonight. I don't lnow why everything seems more threatening at night, ( my grandmother, whom I dearly loved , used to say " if you weren't so mean in the daytime you wouldn't be so scared at night") Heck ,I was never mean, but even so , I managed to attract disaster. like the t... Read More



CHANGES
Posted On 01/19/2011 13:54:19 by Notgrnyyet
 

winter evenings when I was growing up consisted of Family time. We did everything together. In our house that included Brenda and/or her Brother Paul. We all watched TV, after we got one, or played some game that we could do on paper. We improvised to play checkers on a board someone thrown away and coke bottle caps and buttons.. A cousin who was in the Army came in on leave and brought us a Chinese Checker game that entertained us many a cold night at the Kitchen table. Someone... Read More



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