Monthly Archives: December 2014

You’re Such A Card….

When I was a kid, I invented my own card “company” called Kim Cards: When You Can’t Afford to Send the Very Best. My mom thought it was hilarious. I would sign each card I made with that “tag” line … Continue reading

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Tis’ the Season….

Fa la la la LAAAA la la la LAAAAAAA!!!!!!!! I know you were singing along. If not now, you will be later ((mwuuhhhahahahh!) You’re welcome. So the Holiday season is in full, chaotic, frenzied SWING. I happen to like it … Continue reading

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The Snowglobe

DECEMBER IN MAINE. Descriptions and emotions range from expletive deleted words of anger at Mother Nature to the more artistic and romantic look at the “Winter Wonderland” that seemingly starts in October. Maine winters can be harsh, unforgiving, and brutal … Continue reading

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