We have been slaves to the paint brushes for (too) many weekends, but the end is in sight.
Steeped in history is an understatement.
Loose livestock, cacophonous coyotes, and more.
I don’t have the backyard bird bonanza that I enjoyed in East Tennessee. Yet.
A First Day Wander
Spoiler. If you’re seeking an in-depth of All. The. History. in these West Virginia towns, you’d best find another blog. Civil War history isn’t my thing, though at some point I may have to surrender and learn a few things in spite of myself. I’m not at that point. Yet.
Continue reading “Almost Heaven. West Virginia’s Oldest Town”
Always a fun recap to write.
“Doubling involves combining forms and motifs that appear both alike and unalike.”
Boy, do I ever miss my art group.
Christmas markets in Europe have centuries long traditions. Here in Northern Virginia we’re still cutting our teeth on the topic. Continue reading “Holiday Markets Roundup”
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