- Who is Responsible for this Mess? We the People!
- Politics and Religion Today
- Easter Menu and Tablescape
- To Write, or Not to Write: That is the Question — Subtitle: Confessions of an Occasional Poet
- U.S. Highway 83: A Plumb Line of Pavement
- Grilled Corn on the Cob– Mexican Style
- First Love
- Verbal Abuse of the English Language
- Friday Rituals – In Search of Work/Life Balance
- No Recipe Chicken – I Dare You to Wing It
- Easter Brunch Menu & Tablescape
- You Can Be a Chicken and Still Make this Easy Chicken Saltimbocca
- Freestanding Range Design Flaw
- Thanksgiving Comes Full Circle
- Weather Report: Lost and Found
- Provence in my Periphery
- The Long Green Line
- Blessings Abound
- Old* McGinness Had a Farm
- Like Sands through the Hourglass, So are . . .
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Category Archives: Weather Reports
Gentle Reader: Got a sec? Yes, I know you are busy but give me 4 minutes for a Thought for the Day. I’ve been thinking a lot about this lately. Fall is a very busy time in North Dakota. Everyone … Continue reading
Gentle reader: After 6 inches of powder fell today there has been a lot of chatter about snow removal equipment and tractors of various sizes. I was reminded of this converastion of almost 25 years ago. I had taken my daughter, about … Continue reading
Gentle Reader: We’ve had incredible weather this fall here at the 46th parallel. Last weekend the temperatures were in the upper 60’s and even lower 70’s. But we have also had a couple of good snows –dropping enough white stuff … Continue reading
Gentle Reader: Here in North Dakota we have the privilege of four distinct seasons which clearly helps her citizens mark time and the passage of years. Still the days drip, drip, drip through that hourglass and evaporate at an alarming speed. While … Continue reading
Gentle Reader: I was just about to toss the last two fading, pistachio-green, spider mums plucked from wedding bouquets when I recalled the entire wedding panorama as a whirlwind of activity and vignettes of poignant moments. While I have many mementos to recapture … Continue reading
During cool days in June we ask if summer will ever arrive. During cool days in July we are thankful for a respite from the heat. During cool days in August, we feel fall in the air.