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Finishing Up the Old

There’s something nice about starting anew with a new year. I have always enjoyed New Year’s Eve, whether having people in to celebrate, going out, or spending a quiet, reflective evening. This year I spent a decidedly quiet evening. On … Continue reading

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Crafts: the Felt Update

Another weekend, another winter storm. While I’ve been doing a lot of cooking, I’ve also managed to make a few more things of felt. One of my favorites is Lucky Dog. He’s gone to a new family where one of … Continue reading

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Vegetables on the Van: Mardi Gras in Arlington

For those of you interested in what the AFAC van ultimately looked like, here it is. The giant turnip showed up at the rear of the van … And farmer Becky claimed that the baby carrot was a great hit … Continue reading

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Not for the Garden: Sewing Vegetables for Mardi Gras

Every year, the Clarendon neighborhood of Arlington has a parade on Mardi Gras, complete with bands, beads, and vehicles decorated by local businesses, clubs and schools.  Sometimes a politician shows up, but mostly the streets are lined by folks from … Continue reading

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