Monthly Archives: January 2011


  When icicles are hanging from the roof and the temperature dips below the zero mark on the Fahrenheit scale, I turn to comfort food and wool clothing.  Having been raised by parents who were either from  the old country, … Continue reading

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Diana, A Celebration

When it is 15 degrees outside, I tend to look for indoor activities.  Luckily for me, the Grand Rapids Art Museum is hosting the Diana, A Celebration exhibit.  So I spent Thursday Jan. 20th at GRAM.  The exhibit is nine … Continue reading

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A Lion in Winter

During my recent move from Florida to Michigan, I wasn’t alone.  My two cats were forced to make the move as well.  They weren’t happy about it and made their feelings known.  In Florida they were inside/outside cats with their … Continue reading

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A Heritage of Snow and Transportation

By all accounts, I should be comfortable in the snow.  Although I have lived in Florida for the past 24 years, my roots are definitely deep in the snow zone.  My father was born and raised in Norway, and my … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

This year I greet the New Year in snow!

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