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A Cabin In The Snow

In the middle of the woods, in the silence of the hills, stood a lone cabin. Softly fallen snow padded the ground around it like a blanket. Animals gleefully awaited to make prints, but the air was so cold. Another day they decided as they curled into their fur for warmth. You could taste the… Continue reading A Cabin In The Snow

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Grandma’s Window

Whistles steamed from the hot tea kettle. Chirping of birds joined the chorus alongside their fluttering of wings. Another busy morning at Grandma's. Honey drizzled cakes fresh out of the oven. A pie cooling off by the window. It was this window the townspeople envied. A window the town knew would always remain open. The… Continue reading Grandma’s Window

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Ways To Rest & Take Care Of Yourself During A Cold

My husband has forbid me from unpacking till I am well. Though most of my cold is gone now, I've been left with a nasty cough. Rest. Rest. Rest. That's what I'm told. A lot of people I know are also dealing with early colds as the summer draws to a close, and the crisp… Continue reading Ways To Rest & Take Care Of Yourself During A Cold

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Minimal Items To Have When Moving To A New Place | Housewife 101

My situation is this right now. We have our furniture, and most of our items in storage. Finally got a place, and have been able to move in. Only have few supplies I managed to save when we moved. We have gone two different times to the store, and upon returning home, something is needed.… Continue reading Minimal Items To Have When Moving To A New Place | Housewife 101

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Provoking Poetry | Calling Me Home

"All paths lead to you, Where e'er I stray." All Paths Lead To You- Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff    Though a short, this poem captures love quite well. It definitely relates for those of us who have had to experience a long distance relationship. Everything reminds you of that person. Through these, though happy or sad,… Continue reading Provoking Poetry | Calling Me Home