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Topic: Post-Christmas Olfactory Blessings (2 msgs / 109 lines)
1) From: Michael Wade
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The blue spruce outside is dancing madly in the wind, stage-whispering =
jazz riffs while the rain keeps an odd back-beat on the windowpane.  =
Yesterday's turkey carcass, much reduced, is simmering in a huge pot, =
filling the house with tantalizing aromas while Mary and I savor a cup =
of African Highlands decaf.  
To top off this embarassment of riches, this morning I found almost a =
half pound of Misty Valley I had forgotten about and got it roasted with =
the heat gun just before the rain hit.
To all of you, wherever you may be, I wish you all the blessings of home =
and hearth and family.  May your New Year bring you everything you dream =
of.
Michael Wade

2) From: Lynne
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What a beautiful picture you have painted! Thank you. I'm taking little =
breaks in between packing boxes to read email, while I have some 
Gregorian chant playing to soothe me - and some tea - yes, tea - with 
honey, for my running around by bus and foot before Christmas has 
brought me a sore throat : > ( . Tea w/honey is our family get-better 
brew.
One thing I will miss is living right next to the ocean during storms. =
There is nothing quite like a backdrop of nature's beauty with SM's 
homeroasted.
Lynne
P.S. There was an architect w/your last name - Alex Wade (from Maine, 
then I believe he was in New York state - who wrote some books - around =
the '70's - about owner-built houses. Studied those books for what 
seemed like forever, although I never did build that dwelling...
On Dec 26, 2006, at 9:06 PM, Michael Wade wrote:
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What a beautiful picture you have painted! Thank you. I'm taking
little breaks in between packing boxes to read email, while I have
some Gregorian chant playing to soothe me - and some tea - yes, tea -
with honey, for my running around by bus and foot before Christmas has
brought me a sore throat : > ( . Tea w/honey is our family get-better
brew.
One thing I will miss is living right next to the ocean during storms.
There is nothing quite like a backdrop of nature's beauty with SM's
homeroasted.
Lynne
P.S. There was an architect w/your last name - Alex Wade (from Maine,
then I believe he was in New York state - who wrote some books -
around the '70's - about owner-built houses. Studied those books for
what seemed like forever, although I never did build that dwelling... 
On Dec 26, 2006, at 9:06 PM, Michael Wade wrote:
ArialThe blue spruce
outside is dancing madly in the wind, stage-whispering jazz
riffs while the rain keeps an odd back-beat on the =
windowpane. 
Yesterday's turkey carcass, much reduced, is simmering in a huge pot,
filling the house with tantalizing aromas while Mary and I savor a cup
of African Highlands decaf. 
 
ArialTo top off this embarassment
of riches, this morning I found almost a half pound of Misty Valley I
had forgotten about and got it roasted with the heat gun just before
the rain hit.
 
ArialTo all of you, wherever you
may be, I wish you all the blessings of home and hearth and family. 
May your New Year bring you everything you dream =
of.
 
ArialMichael =
Wade=
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