Category Archives: children

Moth hysteria and more cables

Miss Curly Top came in from playing at the neighbors’ house, carrying a plastic beach bucket with a mesh lid.  “What’s that?” I asked.  “It’s not ours.”  “Yes, I know,” she replied.  “My friend said I could keep the moth … Continue reading

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Of moochers and lace

The Oompa Loompa is a Class A Mooch.  Like most small children, she thinks that what I am eating is infinitely more interesting than what she has on her plate – even if it’s more of the same thing.  It’s … Continue reading

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You can’t knit lion

It’s March!  Spring is coming!  Of course, in much of the US, the weather has been acting so schizophrenic that we don’t know what season it is.  We always say that March “comes in like a lion and goes out … Continue reading

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