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Yearly Archives: 2012


Dear Mom, You know me. I’ve always loved curry. Whenever I cook curry, it’s always a good evening. Curry invigorates my senses: the smells, tastes, and even the visual. Well tonight was a curry night and oh my it was delicious. I love how tofu picks up all the curry spices. Mint wasn’t fresh so, […]

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Through the Fence

Okay, enough of that! As I said yesterday, “Today is a new day!” … I’m hanging my head in shame that I actually posted a “whine”. A drink of wine may have been a better idea. Despite not being pleased at having such an unproductive day yesterday, today was full of production. I also have […]

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Life’s Sweet Ordinary

Life’s sweet ordinary is taking the time to listen to the elderly gentleman today. He was short in stature, grey haired, and completely attentive to his little black & white terrier. A cross between a Jack Russell and a Pekingese, he shared with me. I had wanted to quietly take my own dogs to the […]

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Two Ways

It’s no secret I am still in love with black & white photographs. Though, on the other hand I do love colour. So here’s an image I took this morning and am presenting it both ways. You pick your preference. Yes, that’s an amaryllis. I bought the bulb on clearance and the garden centre promised […]

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Words Spoken in Sepia

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In the Kitchen with Diane

All photographs on this site are the exclusive Copyright © Diane M. Schuller. All Rights Reserved. Permission directly from Diane is required should you wish to copy or use a photo for any purpose. Thank you for doing the right thing. We all need to cook to survive but many of us can find spending […]

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