Monthly Archives: April 2010

Eurasia Cafe and Wine Bar

Eurasia…one of the most pleasant dining experiences my husband and I have enjoyed in ages. Last night Mark and I went on a date. Once we left the awful starter restaurant Mark made it clear that he still needed food … Continue reading

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Mahi Mah’s

We had a gift card and so we went, my husband and I, to dine at the locally renowned Mahi Mah’s, oceanfront, Virginia Beach. The valets were adorable, the host staff lovely, our waitress was a doll. Then the food … Continue reading

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The world’s world blog post. Ever.

Budding sage. Golden Scottish moss in the shade garden. The steps that Travis built.

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Still Here. Sort of.

We’ve been fighting off allergies and viruses all spring. When the sun shines, we make hay but I’m out of batteries for the camera and too broke to buy new ones and without a photo my desire to blog is … Continue reading

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In Which Quicken Steals $75 and Agrees to Return It

Following is the actual ‘copied and pasted’ conversation I had with a Quicken agent because they double charged me for financial software. Do they do this to everyone and I’m the only one who cares that the financial software mavens … Continue reading

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Great Egret

Every day this bird (I think it’s the same one) visits the marsh behind our house to hunt. I love sitting and watching her stalk, crouch and snap up whatever marsh critters she makes her meals of. She is ungainly … Continue reading

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It’s Really Beginning to Get On My Nerves

This week is spring break for our local public school system. This means lots of working parents leave their teenagers at home alone in a practice run for what our summer will shake down like. If this week has been … Continue reading

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