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remembering an early snow in Denver

Water, is taught by thirst.
by Emily Dickinson
Water, is taught by thirst.
Land — by the Oceans passed.
Transport — by throe —
Peace — by its battles told —
Love, by Memorial Mold —
Birds, by the Snow.

“She did not simply visit this world, she made a difference.”

Bart and Lynn Holaday

She did not simply visit this world, she made a difference. – Bart Holaday

I leave this life grateful and fulfilled.  I am at peace; I am not afraid. – Lynn Buckingham Holaday

 

 

tour Reggie Rivers’ house in Denver!

[An aside:  Reggie Rivers is one of my favorite ex-Bronco players!  His parents were living in our Seguin neighborhood when we first moved here and it was obvious after meeting them, why Reggie is such a Man of Character.]

Reggie Rivers (born February 22, 1968 in Dayton, Ohio) is a professional broadcaster working in Denver, Colorado. From 1991 to 1996, Rivers was a professional American football player who played running back for the Denver Broncos.

golf in the 1980s

Click on the photo to see the entire picture.  A lot of golfers!!

Good Times!

Alley Art

Bound by Design Alley Art (photo courtesy of Brad)

Dear Husband in the Kitchen!

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Since retirement, my Sweetheart has proven to be quite adept in the kitchen.  Some of his specialities are:

  • Peanut brittle
  • Gumbo
  • Shrimp Etouffee
  • Omelets (breakfasts – each day of the week!)
  • FIG PRESERVES!

Recently, Hubby and Oldest Colorado Grandson went fig-gathering – filching figs from a friend’s tree.  The result of this excursion  provided delicious fig preserves – bless my husband’s heart (and cooking skills!).

I never had it so good!!

Our first home in Seguin had a large yard with a great many trees;  one of the trees was a loquat tree.

I recall the delicious loquat jelly Hubby made one year; however, gathering loquats is a bit different from gathering figs (much more labor intensive with the smaller loquats).

Ah – I love a man in the kitchen!