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Tag Archives: Diane Jarvis Schuller

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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Where Have All the Photos Gone?

Some of you already know that I discontinued my Facebook account a few months ago. What a huge relief that was! But I have been thinking of doing more purging and have not come to any clear decisions. One thing I have done, is to remove nearly all my photos from this blog. I will […]

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Happy New Year Charlie Brown

Happy 2012 everyone! I bet many (or most) of you have already seen or received the email that is finding its way around the ‘net. It’s the Charlie Brown Philosophy email. Normally, when I receive forwarded emails I delete them without even reading them. But because of who it came from and because I felt […]

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For The Fallen

“At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.” ~ excerpt from “For the Fallen” by Laurence Binyon 1914 As in years past, I am particularly thinking of my mother who served as a WREN (Women’s Royal Naval Service) in WWII and her brother, my uncle Private Henry Althouse who was […]

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The Art of Observation

I’ve always been an observer. Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve observed: people, life, water, nature, habits, body language, details. I continue to be fascinated by what I observe. These are the fine details, but I don’t miss the larger picture either. Do you observe? Or do you have other attributes that are […]

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Bold

“Freedom lies in being bold.” ~Robert Frost ~ ~ ~ I shall be away for 2 to 3 weeks so most likely will not be online or blogging in that time. I am attending to “LIFE” and hope you will rejoin me later in the fall. My hope is that I will again resume writing […]

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