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Monthly Archives: November 2007
Every TEAHCER down in Whoville Liked TEACHING a lot… But the Grinch, who lived just north of Whoville, Did NOT! The Grinch scorned TEACHERS! The whole TEACHING season! Now, please don’t ask why. I don’t quite know the … Continue reading
I’m looking forward to another great holiday with all of my children and their significant others, grandparents and friends. So now, I’m trying to come up with some skits, music, or other creative shenanigans to document this year’s gathering. If … Continue reading
It’s that season again, and although the going rate is not profitable, the mushroom man can’t resist a hike in the woods to uncover a burried treasure. Chanterelles are on the left, matustakes on the right. “The Matsutake grow … Continue reading
My daughter and I made this penafore dress from a pattern dated 1941. The pattern itself was fascinating. There were no printed details on the tissue and each piece was already precisely cut out at the factory. A letter was … Continue reading
Thank you for the wonderful food! Thank you for the great company! Thank you for the fun games! I wish we had some left overs.
This was a promo we made a couple of years ago for a video competition website: Mygidol.com. It’s now known as Bopsta.com. Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving!
A diamond in the rough. Yes, this diamond is the new J. D. Redhouse Mercantile right in the middle of town. Can you believe that they totally remodeled what used to originally be a mercantile, then a J. C. Penney store, … Continue reading
Last night we ate at this fabulous restaurant in Healdsburg. We ate sumptious meals and were waited on as if we were royalty. At the end, when we were debating whether to share one dessert, the waiter arrived with three: … Continue reading
We enjoyed our annual Thanksgiving Feast today. Our cafeteria staff was up until the wee hours of the morning getting the food prepared. Our students went by grade level to the cafeteria, where they sat with their classmates and shared a meal … Continue reading