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What would life be without homegrown tomatoes?

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Weekend-ed

After making our cappuccino and a simple toast (with my own jam) Went to the Saturday morning market as we always do serenaded by this great ensemble of talented teens Loved how the light shone on all the great produce and artisan breads Did some deep house cleaning and had neighbours over for tea Attended […]

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For You

Today is dedicated to you, my readers and viewers. Whether you come here often, if it’s your first time, or you pop by every once in a little while, I’m grateful for each and every one of you. When you take time to leave a note, I appreciate your thoughts and the time you take […]

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C.S. Lewis said …

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. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.” […]

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The Honour System

In the town where I live there is a plethora of farms or acreages in the area, some are even within town limits. Many of the owners sell their produce at this time of year, though most do it through one of the local farmer’s markets. I drive past this little stand every time I […]

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the light gets in

I was busy making Blueberry Marmalade. Yes, I know, I’m still making jams and such. I want to have plenty on hand so that I have a nice variety to offer guests when I have them over for coffee. I also plan to gift some to my friends at Christmas. I felt I have inundated […]

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