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Debbie Sharp Loeb, teacher by training but full-time mom to a disabled son, craftsperson, bead artist, great cook, creative homemaker & terrific spotter of cool new products for everything under the sun, presents Hodgepodge: recipes, household hints, stories about children, friends & relatives, cool stuff, music, & much more.

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Monday, November 26, 2012

Gratitude HD - Moving Art

Open Your Heart and Have Gratitude

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving!

Monday, November 19, 2012

Let's Dance

Click on the link:
 (You can view a clips's list under the video.)

Friday, November 16, 2012

The Sleeping Bag Project

"My Brother’s Keeper Quilt Group is made up of individuals and groups desiring to help the homeless by making simple sleeping bags from recycled fabrics and distributing them FREE to those who need them."
"Our only purpose is to help the homeless be warm until they can be helped or healed by others in our society. Can you help?"
Go to the link to learn more:

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Fly with a Bird

Click on the link to fly with a bird:

Monday, November 12, 2012

Flander's Field

To see a video of the site of Flander's Field in Belgium:


Sunday, November 11, 2012

Hurricane Sandy & Nor-easter

I'm ok, living in NJ in one of the counties that was hit hard. We have a woodstove so we had heat, hot water, and gas stovetop to use, but no electric for a week. A bunch of trees went down on our property and three huge branches down and the maple next the the deck is now looking like a weeping willow. Yikes!! We parked our cars on the center of our front lawn where we hope them to be the safest. (One of the trees had gone down in the center of the backyard.)
So . . . all in all (so far) we're blessed.
I went to St. Mark's in Keansburg the day the Nor-easter was starting with my friend Diane, her son, and friend to bring some food, homemade baked goods, and help out Father Ed. Later in the afternoon as we left it was raining hard and driving west - snow! It's coming down fast!
So many stories, some bad (generators and gas cans being stolen) but more so the overwhelming outpouring of help that is arriving with donations truckloads of food, clothing, blankets, and love!
Hugs to all! We're feeling yours in NJ . . .
P.S. - Just as I was going to post and send this out we lost power for the second time.

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