Author Archives: The Queen

Fort Griffin: A Frontier Oasis

I’ve been on a “fort” jag lately.  I’m pretty sure that the subject has been with me for long time though.  First there was our house, built in 1979-80.  The architecture and layout were similar to a doctor’s house in … Continue reading

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After a long…cold…wet…endless winter, we are almost nearing SPRING!  But don’t hold your breath! First order of the day, after cleaning out flower beds, was to get birthday cakes planned, designed and made.  One down…several to go! This birthday girl … Continue reading

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Gallery of Ointments: #4

Yep another repost..from 2013. Since I was one post behind, I’ll get 2 in today and will sleep well tonight! I hope. Last night was hopeless. The entire night found me chasing around in my dreamworld trying to find a … Continue reading

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Ornament a Day, Take 3

So…After spending the day shopping, Big Boss and I are worn out.  This shopping stuff isn’t as much fun as it used to be. Don’t get me wrong…I love hunting down the perfect gifts.  But after about 1 hour, I’m … Continue reading

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An Ornament a Day, Take 2

ROTFLOL…just thought of a funny story a relative of mine told me years ago. She worked at a nice gift shop where really nice Christmas ornaments arrived with fanfare.  It seems that there were shoppers out there who collected specific … Continue reading

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Running through the day with The Queen of Sacks

The day starts calmly enough.  I am met early in the morning by a list lying on my kitchen counter written hastily by BB, whose handwriting would drive my second grade teacher berserk, bless his heart. It reads…”will call on … Continue reading

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Signs of the Times

What a glorious morning!!  God outdid Himself today!  Our fall colors are outstanding this year. Of course, I always bear in mind that in about 30 seconds of Kansas winds, those colors will be blown to smithereens!! But in the … Continue reading

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