White Christmas Fun

I don’t know about you, but it seems 2012 few by extra fast compared to years past.  Or is it just me?  One week from today Princess Nagger will be back at school and the hubby will be back to … Continue reading

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Funny Lists, Winemaking Fun, Tricky Eyeballs and Serious Brain Trouble

If any of you have kids, you know that escaping to the bathroom to take care of business can be tricky at best.  I saw this on Facebook over the weekend and it totally cracked me up, because it’s so … Continue reading

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Wino Fun – the Results Are In! And a Happy Dance: Talk To Us RTT Rebel

It’s Tuesday, so that means it’s time to Talk to Us and Rock the Random Rebellion.  If I had an extra $11,790 laying around begging to be spent, I’d totally get this: It’s a Vinotheque Bay Window with N’FINITY Cooling … Continue reading

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Wii Bowling and Champagne Making: RTT

Mother Nature is still up to her old tricks – with Sunday marking the first day of Spring, you’d think she’d get her act together and start sending us some warmer weather instead of continuing to freeze us out at … Continue reading

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Cute Boots, Wine Mess, Canadian Duck Hunting – Random Tuesday Thoughts

I learned a valuable lesson over the weekend.  Even when cute bootlets (yes, I’m making that a word) are oh so comfortable you want to wear them all the time (and didn’t bother your feet when you went shopping last … Continue reading

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Last Day of Summer, Winemaking and Barf – Random Tuesday Thoughts

Do you realize that today is officially the official last day of Summer?  Tomorrow is the first day of Fall.  Officially.  I love fall – yesterday’s weather was perfection with sunny skies and the temperatures only in the mid-to-upper 70’s.   … Continue reading

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