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Autumn 12: In the Backpack

September 12, 2012

Today’s got a couple of lessons. First, it’s that cameraphones sometimes don’t work all that well as a camera or a phone. Apologies for the big blurry.  Every picture came out like this. We’ll get to lesson #2 in a moment. That said, let’s talk about backpacks. Starting a new school year is always better when you […]

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Autumn 12: Bonfire

September 11, 2012

Believe it or not, I’ve never been to a bonfire. (I think I was always grounded by the time fall bonfire season kicked in.  Perils of being a rebellious teen.) But I’ve always loved the idea of a bonfire party.  Whipping the team into a frenzy to pull out a homecoming victory, the smell of […]

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Autumn 12: The Absolute Best Thing About Fall

September 10, 2012

I know I can’t be alone here. Judging from the way the bins at all the discount stores look right now, I know I can’t be the only one on the planet who can. not. wait. for all the school supplies to start being rolled out every year.  They’ve all been picked over, dug through, and some colors […]

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Autumn 12: The First Weekender

September 7, 2012

Tomorrow’s the WEEKEND! Weekends are going to work just a little differently around the ol’ Autumn 12 landscape.  Instead of a regular daily prompt/entry… YOU are the prompt/entry. Every weekend, you’re going to pick one do-able thing on your Autumn Bucket List.  You’re going to do that thing.  Then, you’re going to journal your fool head […]

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Autumn 12: In The Margins

September 6, 2012

    People like to talk about beach reading in the summertime. And I get that.  I totally do. But for me, there’s no time like the first nips of Fall to curl up with a steaming mug of something, a warm pair of socks, and a book you can get lost in.  Gone are […]

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Autumn 12: Something More Comfortable

September 5, 2012

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always been a sweater girl. From the sexy 1970’s burnt-orange turtleneck Garanimals to today’s cabled hand-knits, I’m always excited to see the first colder nights of Fall so I can dig out the stack of sweaters that have been way too hot to even look at all summer long. […]

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Autumn 12: My Favorite Things

September 4, 2012

When the dog bites…when the bee stings… While The Sound of Music is generally thought of as a holiday occurrence, there’s nothing wrong with taking a little bit of Maria’s advice now and again.  Thinking of your favorite things can get you all revved up and ready to grab Autumn by the brightly-colored leaf-hairs and charge […]

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Autumn 12: Dream a Toasty Dream

September 3, 2012

It’s September!  Time to start thinking about Fall… Today’s the day when we’re going to stop for a second, recognize the passing of the season, and take a little stock of where we are and where we want to go. Autumn is the best time of the year. (In our not-so-humble-opinion, that is.) The weather’s […]

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Autumn 12: It’s Almost Time!

August 31, 2012

It’s almost September 3rd, y’all! And with the advent of the AUTUMN 12 series, the Artist thought it’d be a good time to talk about books. You don’t need anything fancy to do these prompts. We just want to state that for the record, before we get to pontificating about what we’re doing over this […]

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just a teensy little note

August 28, 2012

Just a quick little note today. I’m still hard at work on the Autumn 12 series.  I’m about three weeks in, so there are for sure going to be at least a dozen autumn-themed prompts for you, starting next week!  (Can you believe that it’s almost September already?  Holy moly.) That said, I’ve had a couple people email […]

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