Granny Pam

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The New Rain Barrels

| May 17, 2012

ХудожникподаръциLast fall Papa and I collected a few rain barrels. We hoped to give the plants rain water as much as possible, and lower our water bill in the process. This designer model was a Mother’s Day gift from D3 a few years back, and it has been getting a workout ever since it arrived. […]

What is Really Happening

| June 2, 2011

иконографияКартинимека мебел Wow, too much to relate here. I have spent some time just thinking. What is important, what I should do first, second and so on. I was sick for a while, thankfully that is in the past. It did make me think even more, however. Our daughters are moving on, to places of […]

What’s Shaking, Granny?

| May 10, 2011

My little corner of the world is undergoing some changes. One of our daughters moved into an apartment last week, leaving an empty space in our home. I wiped up and swept up the rooms, and began moving books, magazines, and other items belonging to the genealogical society into the empty space. It was a […]

Bring It On!

| April 19, 2010

Spring is the most beautiful time in Michigan, and also a time of much fun and work for gardeners. I am not a “real” gardener, but I do enjoy my flowers, and we get a lot of good out of our vegetable garden. I started a few plants vegetable indoors this year, and now I […]

Frost?

| May 19, 2008

Why did we spend 45 minutes covering and bringing in plants last night?  It didn’t freeze.  Now I’ve got to spend a little longer uncovering everything and taking it back out.  Oh well.

Weekend

| May 12, 2008

Saturday, I was determined to get the rest of my new flower bed ready.  I’m sure if D1 hadn’t sent out super-strong GS2 I’d still be out there.  He really made a difference, and after Papa tilled it up with the little tiller, it’s ready to go.  My daughters gave me a beautiful umbrella for […]

Wow!

| April 22, 2008

We had a wonderful time at Pickin’ on Cystic Fibrosis Saturday.  More on that later this week.  We detoured to Kalamazoo and brought GD2 back with us for a visit.  She is completely different from her sister, and takes a little getting used to.  Her parents taught her to be quite polite, so if she doesn’t want […]