On Blogger since September 2008
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Blogs I follow
- A Soft Place to Land HAS MOVED!
- A Year of Slow Cooking
- Cake and Cappuccino
- Cherry's Jubilee
- Culinary Infatuation
- From A Creative Heart
- God, Do You Hear This Southern Girl Rambling?
- I've moved! chatting at the sky
- jane's apron
- Just a Girl
- making room for serendipity
- Mama's Losin' It
- Melissa's Heart and Home
- Mommy&#39;s Kitchen - Recipes From my Texas Kitchen
- Nesting Place has moved!
- Ramblings of a Crazy Woman
- Shell In Your Pocket
- The Rachel Berry Blog
- Time Out For Me ~ now from the beach
- Tip Junkie
- Warm Pie, Happy Home
|Introduction||Is it me? Or am I the one of the lonely who still feel comfort in hanging my clothes on a real clothesline? For me, it gives me time to take things down a notch. To feel the warmth of the sun on my skin and hear the birds sing. To see flowers growing in my backyard in different stages of their lifecycles. And more importantly, time to reflect. Listen to my inner thoughts that the busyness of life drowns out during the day. A time to reconnect with my thoughts and to visit memories of my childhood and to somehow feel connected to generations of the women of my family. My clothesline ... a simple but complex blessing of my life.|
|Interests||I'm an "old soul" as people like to say. I'm interested in *gasp* my family and everything that involves making a house a home|
|Favorite Movies||I like a lot of "chick movies" (ie Terms of Endearment, Steel Magnolias, The Notebook, etc), dramas that examine the human soul and occasional science fiction movies|
|Favorite Music||I've veeeery eclectic. I like mainstream pop, salsa, reggae, contemporary christian, fusion, latino, big band, house music, Christmas music, old school rap, 80s music, bluegrass music and the list goes on and on...|
|Favorite Books||Currently reading Simple Abundance.|
If you could peer far enough into the night sky, you'd see a star in any direction you looked. When would you sleep?
When my children finally fell asleep. We are star gazers for sure :-)