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Dorothy’s Place: The 25 Pound Pumpkin

Dorothy’s Place: The 25 Pound Pumpkin

  By Dorothy Denne Holidays tend to bring back memories.  Saw some Halloween decor yesterday that brought this one back to me. There was a huge pumpkin sitting on my…

Dorothy’s Place: Snippets

Dorothy’s Place: Snippets

  By Dorothy Denne Desktop cleaning time again.  I share with you little snippets I have clipped or copied or thought up to use some day.  Today is the day. …

Dorothy’s Place: A Stroke of Genius

Dorothy’s Place: A Stroke of Genius

    By Dorothy Denne   There was a time in my life when I actually enjoyed cleaning house.  I don’t remember when it was.  As of now I have…

Dorothy’s Place: You Can’t Help Yourself

Dorothy’s Place: You Can’t Help Yourself

    By Dorothy Denne We were stopped at a traffic light – I reached over and flipped off the air-intake fan because a big bus was belching black smoke…

Dorothy’s Place: Refreshments and a Fanny Pack

Dorothy’s Place: Refreshments and a Fanny Pack

    By Dorothy Denne “Refreshments will be served” is probably one of the most frequently appearing sentences. It always gets my attention. My first thought is, “What kind of…

Dorothy’s Place: A Downside (9/15/15 Issue)

Dorothy’s Place: A Downside (9/15/15 Issue)

    By Dorothy Denne Cat lover that I am, I do have to admit there are a few downsides to living with them. For example, when they decide it…

Dorothy’s Place: Transplants?

Dorothy’s Place: Transplants?

  By Dorothy Denne How long since the breaking news of the first human heart transplant? Seems such a short time for something that today is so common. There are…

Aachoo

Aachoo

    By Dorothy Denne I wish I had invented tissues and had a life-time patent on them. I’d be making myself rich even if no one else bought any.…

Old Friends, Old Priorities

By Dorothy Denne I bumped into an old friend this morning. Well, not literally but we did give each other a hug. He and I used to volunteer for the…

Mad as Hell

By Dorothy Denne My friend is mad as hell and doesn’t want to take it anymore, but there isn’t much she can do about it. She has once again witnessed…

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