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Cooking is Like Love

“Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all.” ~Harriet van Horne I love that quote. Some people who know me might wonder why it appeals to me because I can often grumble about cooking. You see, at my age, I often do find cooking a chore. But then […]

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Roy’s Story

His hair – and he had lots of it – was orange as a persimmon with curls that make steel wool look tame. It was his hair that first caught my attention, though my guess is most people would have first noticed his awkward gait and slight lilt toward one side as he struggled forward, […]

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The Internal Compass

PLEASE NOTE: Diane is currently on a long-term hiatus and will not be online for an undetermined timed. Thank you for your patience. “A sense of place is the sixth sense, an internal compass and map made by memory and spatial perception together.” ~Rebecca Solnit

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Aloha from Oahu – Part 3

As promised, here are a few photos from my visit to the Polynesian Cultural Centre on Oahu. What an exciting and entertaining day! Since there are so many photos to work through and combine for here on my photo journal, I’m not taking the time to do any adjustments or editing to any of them. […]

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Horses, Horses, Horses

Welcome! … Ottawa designer Kelly James is featuring my equine artwork over on her blog this week. “Listen” being given away over at Kelly’s blog — go enter!! Since my recent posts are mostly about my recent trip to Hawaii, I thought I would put this one here as a welcome to those who are […]

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More Aloha from Oahu

Before I get to sharing more photos from Oahu (part one here), I realize I have been doing some serious catching up here on my photo journal. What with my 8 things about me prompted from Kelly over at Jax Decor and then my Casting Call for Horse Models (what a deal — can’t beat […]

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