Are you a researching your ancestry in the United States using census records? Have you discovered that there are no census records for 1890 or...
Ah, summertime. It's the best time of the year for me! The temps are nice and warm (it’s a hot and sunny day at 95...
Coke with peanuts brought up some some conversation a while back on one of my blog posts. Have you ever had Coke with peanuts in...
Have you heard of having dinner in the sky? Seems like for these diners the sky is no longer the limit...really!! This is not an...
Grammy’s Word for Today – Iamatology noun: the study of remedies
Jeans are my favorite pants! I just love denim because it goes with everything! At times my mind wanders and ends up wondering about the...
Happy 2021! WOW, it definitely feels good to say that, huh? 2020 was an awful year in so many ways. Let's all hope and...
Grammy’s Word for Today – Hyperalgesia noun: an exaggerated sense of pain
Grammy’s Word for Today – Germaphobe noun: a person with an irrational fear of germs and contamination
Grammy’s Word for Today – Furfur noun: dandruff or scurf (skin flakes)
Happy 2020! It's time for my yearly post to see which posts made the top 10 list. Giveaways, reviews, and link parties were excluded when...
I've never done a bucket list, although a few of my blogging friends do. Two that readily come to mind are Leslie from Once Upon...
We've made it to 2019 so it's time to take a look back and see which posts in 2018 made the top 10 list. I've...
Like I said in the post, TOP 10 POSTS OF 2016 AT GRAMMY'S GRID, I've never done a list of my top posts so now...
I've never done a list of my top posts so now is the time. Since my blog isn't very old, I'm going to go back...
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