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Gardening With Suzanna: Tomato Takeover

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By this time, my backyard garden is doing pretty well, I think, given that I’m a first-time gardener and all. My three tomato plants are growing tall and proud in the warm springtime sun, and I’m eagerly anticipating the day when I can pluck one of those plump, red, juicy gems from its vine and enjoy the deliciousness that only a vine-ripened tomato can provide.Continue reading Gardening With Suzanna: Tomato Takeover

Origami Notes: Drowning In Cranes

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220px-PaperCranesOrigami can be fun.  Origami can be meditative. Origami can drive you nuts in that challenging, crossword puzzle kind of way.

Origami can also leave you with a dilemma:  What to do with all those paper cranes?  After all, there are only so many you can hang onto a mobile. And you already made two tiny ones into a pair of cute little earrings.

So now what?

I’m afraid that the only paper folding I’ll be doing for a while will be at the coffee shop where I can leave any successes to entertain the barista behind the counter.

No more paper folding at home.  Sayonara, origami.

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