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Validations

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, March 17, 2013, In : health 
We are just completing a week that was filled with doctor's appointments dealing with health issues my husband has been facing. Four out of the five weekdays we were at medical facilities somewhere in the Portland area. While nothing has changed as far as how Doug manages day-to-day, we did get a diagnosis. As I suspected for a long time, there is a reason he feels so bad so much of the time and why his overall condition has seemed to deteriorate. It is not - as his family has accused, that I...
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Books, Blogs and Berries

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, July 16, 2011, In : blueberries 
This hasn't been a good trip to Seaside as far as computers go. When we arrived and hooked up my laptop and Doug;s desktop we had no internet service. Seems our modem/router bit the dust sometime during our four day absence. I can take my laptop to the library, which is where I am now. Amazing how, dependent we have become on internet access 24/7. "Qwest, soon to become Century Link" is sending us a new router. So next weekend we should be in business again. 

When I packed up and came to the l...
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Spring

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, April 9, 2011, In : Spring 
It is finally Spring in Oregon. Yesterday was gorgeous and today is very nice. We are in Seaside today and the town is full of people enjoying the first nice Saturday we have had in months. 

I don't know about your neighborhood, but where I live, war has been declared. The annual battle against the dandelion. It is a love-hate thing with people and dandelions. When I was a mail carrier, there was one customer whose yard was nothing but dandelions. Do not as much as set one toe on her "dandelaw...
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Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
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Validations

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, March 17, 2013, In : health 
We are just completing a week that was filled with doctor's appointments dealing with health issues my husband has been facing. Four out of the five weekdays we were at medical facilities somewhere in the Portland area. While nothing has changed as far as how Doug manages day-to-day, we did get a diagnosis. As I suspected for a long time, there is a reason he feels so bad so much of the time and why his overall condition has seemed to deteriorate. It is not - as his family has accused, that I...
Continue reading ...
 

Books, Blogs and Berries

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, July 16, 2011, In : blueberries 
This hasn't been a good trip to Seaside as far as computers go. When we arrived and hooked up my laptop and Doug;s desktop we had no internet service. Seems our modem/router bit the dust sometime during our four day absence. I can take my laptop to the library, which is where I am now. Amazing how, dependent we have become on internet access 24/7. "Qwest, soon to become Century Link" is sending us a new router. So next weekend we should be in business again. 

When I packed up and came to the l...
Continue reading ...
 

Spring

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, April 9, 2011, In : Spring 
It is finally Spring in Oregon. Yesterday was gorgeous and today is very nice. We are in Seaside today and the town is full of people enjoying the first nice Saturday we have had in months. 

I don't know about your neighborhood, but where I live, war has been declared. The annual battle against the dandelion. It is a love-hate thing with people and dandelions. When I was a mail carrier, there was one customer whose yard was nothing but dandelions. Do not as much as set one toe on her "dandelaw...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 

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Validations

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, March 17, 2013, In : health 
We are just completing a week that was filled with doctor's appointments dealing with health issues my husband has been facing. Four out of the five weekdays we were at medical facilities somewhere in the Portland area. While nothing has changed as far as how Doug manages day-to-day, we did get a diagnosis. As I suspected for a long time, there is a reason he feels so bad so much of the time and why his overall condition has seemed to deteriorate. It is not - as his family has accused, that I...
Continue reading ...
 

Books, Blogs and Berries

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, July 16, 2011, In : blueberries 
This hasn't been a good trip to Seaside as far as computers go. When we arrived and hooked up my laptop and Doug;s desktop we had no internet service. Seems our modem/router bit the dust sometime during our four day absence. I can take my laptop to the library, which is where I am now. Amazing how, dependent we have become on internet access 24/7. "Qwest, soon to become Century Link" is sending us a new router. So next weekend we should be in business again. 

When I packed up and came to the l...
Continue reading ...
 

Spring

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, April 9, 2011, In : Spring 
It is finally Spring in Oregon. Yesterday was gorgeous and today is very nice. We are in Seaside today and the town is full of people enjoying the first nice Saturday we have had in months. 

I don't know about your neighborhood, but where I live, war has been declared. The annual battle against the dandelion. It is a love-hate thing with people and dandelions. When I was a mail carrier, there was one customer whose yard was nothing but dandelions. Do not as much as set one toe on her "dandelaw...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 

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Validations

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, March 17, 2013, In : health 
We are just completing a week that was filled with doctor's appointments dealing with health issues my husband has been facing. Four out of the five weekdays we were at medical facilities somewhere in the Portland area. While nothing has changed as far as how Doug manages day-to-day, we did get a diagnosis. As I suspected for a long time, there is a reason he feels so bad so much of the time and why his overall condition has seemed to deteriorate. It is not - as his family has accused, that I...
Continue reading ...
 

Books, Blogs and Berries

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, July 16, 2011, In : blueberries 
This hasn't been a good trip to Seaside as far as computers go. When we arrived and hooked up my laptop and Doug;s desktop we had no internet service. Seems our modem/router bit the dust sometime during our four day absence. I can take my laptop to the library, which is where I am now. Amazing how, dependent we have become on internet access 24/7. "Qwest, soon to become Century Link" is sending us a new router. So next weekend we should be in business again. 

When I packed up and came to the l...
Continue reading ...
 

Spring

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, April 9, 2011, In : Spring 
It is finally Spring in Oregon. Yesterday was gorgeous and today is very nice. We are in Seaside today and the town is full of people enjoying the first nice Saturday we have had in months. 

I don't know about your neighborhood, but where I live, war has been declared. The annual battle against the dandelion. It is a love-hate thing with people and dandelions. When I was a mail carrier, there was one customer whose yard was nothing but dandelions. Do not as much as set one toe on her "dandelaw...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "an" (Show all posts)

Validations

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, March 17, 2013, In : health 
We are just completing a week that was filled with doctor's appointments dealing with health issues my husband has been facing. Four out of the five weekdays we were at medical facilities somewhere in the Portland area. While nothing has changed as far as how Doug manages day-to-day, we did get a diagnosis. As I suspected for a long time, there is a reason he feels so bad so much of the time and why his overall condition has seemed to deteriorate. It is not - as his family has accused, that I...
Continue reading ...
 

Books, Blogs and Berries

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, July 16, 2011, In : blueberries 
This hasn't been a good trip to Seaside as far as computers go. When we arrived and hooked up my laptop and Doug;s desktop we had no internet service. Seems our modem/router bit the dust sometime during our four day absence. I can take my laptop to the library, which is where I am now. Amazing how, dependent we have become on internet access 24/7. "Qwest, soon to become Century Link" is sending us a new router. So next weekend we should be in business again. 

When I packed up and came to the l...
Continue reading ...
 

Spring

Posted by Karen Hessen on Saturday, April 9, 2011, In : Spring 
It is finally Spring in Oregon. Yesterday was gorgeous and today is very nice. We are in Seaside today and the town is full of people enjoying the first nice Saturday we have had in months. 

I don't know about your neighborhood, but where I live, war has been declared. The annual battle against the dandelion. It is a love-hate thing with people and dandelions. When I was a mail carrier, there was one customer whose yard was nothing but dandelions. Do not as much as set one toe on her "dandelaw...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 
 
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