From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls Talking as fast as you can, is a signature facet of the beloved series Gilmore Girls. It is an endearing component for those of us who love the show, and miss it’s weekly appearance on our TV. Talking fast and lengthy dialogue is an example of what shouldn’t ... Read More about Book Review:Talking As Fast As I Can; From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls
“Can you fix it, Grandma? It’s one of my favorite stuffies. Please!” Can you fix it grandma? I glance down into the deep brown eyes of my grandson, as he thrusts his little pink stuffed pig closer to my face. “Right here. See! A hole, and here and here!” His fingers quickly found each ... Read More about Can You Fix It?
Passport photos are an essential component of securing your passport. I first posted this article in March of 2014. Here is an updated version to meet Federal application guidelines. Click here to see my original post. PASSPORT PHOTOS ARE AN ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF SECURING YOUR PASSPORT. I FIRST ... Read More about Passport Photos Do and Don’t – Revised 2020
My baking day thoughts. This is the one day I set aside to make our household bread for the week; and today I'm sharing my baking day thoughts. I love making bread. Measuring the ingredients, and seeing the yeast foam up and activate delights me. The process of mixing and kneading; ... Read More about Baking Day Thoughts
Yes, it is the six-year Connie's Corner blog anniversary. It's hard to believe! In some ways it seems like just a few months ago, when I was fifty-five. And in others ways it seems like eons since I published my very first blog post. I am a bit older now, and hopefully a ... Read More about Connie’s Corner Blog Anniversary
We’ve all done it. Set things down or dropped them without knowing and “bam”, it’s lost. Sometimes you happen across it later, but many times it is lost forever. Some members of my family loose things – such as car keys – on a daily basis. That’s why when I saw the title of this book at the ... Read More about Review: The Keeper of Lost Things