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All Blog Posts Tagged 'Poppet' (23)

Pip Squeak: Why Can’t I Just Go Grey Gracefully?

 

My grandfather was both grey and balding by 27 years of age. I, thankfully, have not gone bald, but at 36 I have a few grey hairs. Okay, a little more than a few. But I embrace them fully!

My stylist is another story. She can’t understand why I won’t dye them away, shaking her head disapprovingly as I tell her I’m looking forward to going grey gracefully! I’ve always loved seeing a young(er) woman with white hair and an AWESOME haircut. It looks cutting edge and feisty.…

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Added by Elizabeth Oo on January 20, 2012 at 2:09pm — No Comments

365 Days of Blessings – Day 74 – My Neighbours

 

I was cleaning the kitchen, and could hear Poppet laughing hysterically at the window.  Eventually, curiosity got the better of me and I just had to see what was so funny!  It was my next door neighbour shovelling her walkway.  They were playing a game of peekaboo between passes.  She greeted my with a warm smile and wave, and we both returned to our work at hand.

The next time I turned around and looked out the window, my neighbour was gone, but my entire walkway was…

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Added by Elizabeth Oo on January 20, 2012 at 2:05pm — No Comments

365 Days of Blessings – Day 73 – Bubble Tea

I am thankful for bubble tea

The little bubbles of tapioca sliding up the straw.  So much fun!  How can I not help but smile!

Warmest regards,

 

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Added by Elizabeth Oo on January 20, 2012 at 7:36am — No Comments

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