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CSA Project Derailed

Sorry for disappearing, I got attacked by the second half of August. Between being stuck in the Atlanta airport for 48 hours on standby flights, and one of our most crucial people at work quitting at one of the busiest … Continue reading

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Jam Overload

We spent Saturday canning more jam, since the peach trees in our yard were ready. When we were done, we pulled all the jars out of the closet and decided to add everything up, and it’s a surprising and almost … Continue reading

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Frittata and picnic on the Square

Fridays on the Square is a Harrisonburg tradition all summer, with alternating weeks of concerts and movies. This past Friday was a movie night, with Julie and Julia (which, shockingly, I had never seen), and I volunteered to help set … Continue reading

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Five months later…

Ok, it’s been a long time, blah blah blah. Moving on: Greg’s new haircut: The garden this year: This is the point every year that I’m still hopeful about the garden; sadly, we haven’t gotten much of a harvest the … Continue reading

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Returning: May

What can I say, it’s been an intense summer. I’m going to add a post for each month since May, and try and hit the highlights. We planted the garden: Added some more flowers: Baked some pirate cupcakes: Greg, Dan … Continue reading

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Luna Bright

So we’ve had a lovely productive Sunday, and it’s stunningly gorgeous outside. We went to church this morning, met Sarah and Dan for brunch (more on the rest of our weekend adventures later), cleaned the house, washed the cars, went … Continue reading

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Blacks Run Clean-Up Day

On Saturday, Greg, Dan and I volunteered in the annual Blacks Run Clean-Up Day.  Blacks Run is the creek that runs through downtown, JMU, and most of the city, then swings south below Massanutten (the mountain we used to live … Continue reading

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