Monthly Archives: March 2011

Look What Just Washed Up On Shore!

We spend half of our life with a TV and the other half without—by choice. Our conclusion is: without is much sweeter. Here’s why. In California we have a TV, but we limit our use. We like to watch selected … Continue reading

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Touché. We’re fencing!

We decided it was time to repaint the picket fence. The curved pickets are pieces of sculpture—works of art. For hundreds of years those whitewashed points and curves have worked their way into our collective hearts and psyche as an … Continue reading

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Forget It!

What’s going on here? Is this some kind of a prank? Well . . . if so, it’s not very funny! It all started this afternoon when I was sanding the kitchen window sill getting ready to repaint. I decided … Continue reading

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Counter Intuitive

Do things right the first time!!!  Although it may seem more costly or time consuming, it’s always better in the long run. Well there’s the catch right there—the long run. This  powerful little axiom has come up repeatedly over our … Continue reading

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