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Thursday, January 29
Tuesday, January 27
I am slow on the uptake with some forms of technology ... my adult children just roll their eyes and say "where have you been? we've been doing it this way forever."
I realized this weekend after finding little cash in my wallet that I can enjoy shopping by take pictures of those things that I don't really need but think are awesome.
And if I decide later that I do want to purchase that whatever
I can look for them online for less than retail. The other problem that keeps creeping into the back of my brain is that anything I purchase I know that I'll have to pack it and move it in just a few months to the "new tiny house".
For now I'll have them digitally to remember.
Monday, January 26
Friday, January 23
Thursday, January 22
Tuesday, January 20
Friday, January 16
Robins can subsist on a diet of berries and other organic vegetation reasonably well providing that they can find water and shelter from cold.
Most birds that regularly winter in New England are well suited to withstand cold temperatures. In the fall, many birds grow additional feathers for insulation. To keep warm while roosting, birds fluff their feathers. Because of the way their feathers are layered, this behavior traps pockets of warm air next to the skin.
Thursday, January 15
Monday, January 12
Friday, January 9
Thursday, January 8
Wednesday, January 7
Monday, January 5
Next year we are at a different house, so this was the last time for Christmas where we are.
We purchased a house in "the city" and look forward to the conveniences we'll have there. Home is what you make it, it's not the physical place/stuff. We've been fortunate to be able to take a year to move from one place to the other. The "new" house needs lots of work and we look forward to those challenges as well. Here's, looking forward to the adventure!