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Once upon a time—in a perhaps more frugal era—there were several gadgets in our household that served mundane purposes very well.
It's the season for tree-trimming in the Lehigh Valley, and aesthetic judgment should be considered.
Heather, Lenten Rose and Snowdrop won't let a little snow or ice keep them down.
Good health of body and mind as well as the economy requires an awareness of balance.
The origins of some nicknames are easy to pinpoint, while others remain shrouded in mystery.
A 'stocking chair' is part of our large collection.
Our ancestors had to do without the comforts afforded by modern double-hung windows.
Houses--even playhouses--acquire histories.
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One prized scent in our garden is from an evergreen shrub--elaeagnus pungens.
Without roots, there wouldn't be life as we know it.
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