12.29.2010

 


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Wednesday.

Normal.

Uneventful.

Spectacular.

Unforgettable.


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It rained and hailed while the sun shined.

A rainbow appeared in the water splatter of a speeding truck.

I worked on a few new ideas and delighted myself with my creations.

A magazine in Seattle featured my chocolate play dough recipe.

We ate chicken noodle soup for dinner.


above my sink


Wednesday.

The last in December.

The last in 2011.

A regular day.

A day like no other.


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12 comments:

  1. Happy New Year to you. I always enjoy your blog and all the pics. I often feel like I could come on over for a cup a tea and we would have much in common! LOL!

    Karen

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  2. Hi Molly, I missed your regular posts. Glad to see your back :)
    Enjoy...

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  3. Good to "hear" your voice. Enjoy your regular Thursday - the last of the year. I plan to enjoy mine.

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  4. There is so much extraordinary in the ordinary isn't there? I love your branch curtain rod.
    Warm wishes for a wonderful new year,
    Tonya

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  5. molly your words and photos are so very beautiful.

    that first one with the straw has me smiling...we drove around the trash day after halloween in our tiny old honda, having the kids help us spot bales neighbors set out in the trash after november, our garden is now hay stocked!

    well wishes in 2011!

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  6. Absolutely wonderful! I chuckled at the first picture ~ as I too have tried to jam a bale of straw into the back of my vehicle ~ I decided after all that sweating and grumbling that next time I'll bring the truck. :>)

    Happy New Year to you ~ and Peace ~ Conny W.

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  7. I love the branch as a curtain rod. I'm thinking it would be perfect in my boys' cowboy room.
    I always enjoy your pictures and thoughts.

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  8. Had me LOL at the hay hanging out of your Volksie!
    Great pictures!
    Happy New Year to you!

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  9. Hooray for the pearls of ordinary days that string our magnificent lives together!

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  10. Happy New Year, Molly. Rainbows, sun showers, reflections, and being published again—it all sounds like a pretty grand spring board for 2011.

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  11. i just adore that little string of hearts! happy new year to you!!!

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  12. I love these simple habit-like postings. Sparse and beautiful.

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