Monthly Archives: May 2019

DOA In The Garden: If It Walks Like A Duck…

At 10:00 am this morning, the ever proud mama duck led her babies out from under the chair where she’d been living, and led her babies through our two foot tall grass to the safety of the nearby pond.  Mr. … Continue reading

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DOA In The Garden May 30, 2019

Garden Inspirations From Heirloom Gardener:  The Bounty of Borage   https://www.heirloomgardener.com/plant-profiles/edible/the-bounty-of-borage It’s a beautiful plant, with many uses.  I grew it once, and was careful not to let it re-seed, which it apparently does with vigor.  The blue fuzzy flowers … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking May 29, 2019

Progress on the 6 inch cake front:  after looking in stores locally, I ordered two 6 inch “Fat Daddio” cake pans from Amazon.   Now that I have the pan, I’ve picked out and plan to make on Saturday https://www.dessertfortwo.com/mini-vanilla-cake/Continue reading

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Rim of the World (Netflix)

Rim of the World is a summer camp run by rowdies.  Four awkward kids from the camp get left behind at an outing when aliens invade.  Chased by a gangly alien and his hideous dog, they try to make their … Continue reading

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DOA’s First Line Rebus For May 26, 2019

Here’s another Sunday Puzzle.  It’s the first line of a novel, this time in Rebus form.   Look for the answer Saturday, June 1st.  Enjoy!

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DOA’s First Line Cryptogram Answer for the May 19th Puzzle

I hope you had good luck with the puzzle!  These are my husband’s favorites. The puzzle answer is: LOVELACE HAD BEEN IN A BODY FOR TWENTY EIGHT MINUTES, AND IT STILL FELT EVERY BIT AS WRONG AS IT HAD THE … Continue reading

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DOA in the Garden May 23, 2019

Here are lots of garden inspirations for seeing beyond the cold, rainy week we’ve had here.  Still no ducks.  Rabbits burrowed under the fence to try to make a nest under our shed (they did it once before and the … Continue reading

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