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CINEMA SUNDAY – GEORGE ORWELL’S ANIMAL FARM

George Orwell – Author, Animal Farm ” Men can only be happy when they do not assume that the object of life is happiness. “ SPARKNOTES LITERATURE AND STUDY GUIDE: Sparknotes for Animal Farm by George Orwell GEORGE ORWELL BIOGRAPHY: … Continue reading

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Which End is Up?

Well, I’ve made life even more complicated for myself. I’ve made a place at Blogger. Is that even the name of that place? This is where you’ll find me: http://babblingbrookcozynook.blogspot.com/ We’ll see how this goes. I’m not a good multitasker!

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Pick Yourself Up

It’s a brand new year…a new beginning… Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, start all over again…

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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging!

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Moving Day

I’m jumping in with both feet today. I’ll move my space. Christmas is over, and a new year is coming. I’ll give it a try.

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Morning Moon on Amazon.com

Morning Moon It began it’s journey here on Spaces when Little Gal was just a toddler. It’s now a book listed on Amazon.com for release December 21. We hope you’ll give it a look see. http://www.amazon.com/reader/1616639172?_encoding=UTF8&page=7#reader_1616639172

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Deep Into August

August,I am deep into you –Into the heat,Into the humidity. Into the weeds that are not the same weeds that grow in May or June or July. August, You have weeds of your own – weeds that grow tall with plumes. … Continue reading

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Something of Value

    It came in the mail from the VFW, just a small square of paper, not even a full page. On one side was printed a painting of a field of red poppies in France. On the other side … Continue reading

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Geranium Years

  How many years has it been since we trekked downtown on Mothers Day, with a few dollars in our hands, to buy the red geraniums? How much did we pay? Were they a dollar for each? Fifty cents? How … Continue reading

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Spring

  Another spring bounds into the valley –  leaping treetops, splashing through streams, then screeching to a breathless halt in every yard and garden. The perennial pixie always has surprises to toss about.   Like a bit of rain flung like a frisbee to pitter patter on window and roof … Continue reading

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