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"Seasons for All" is where I write about seasons as they cycle through nature, the world, my home, and my life.

Owner: Arleen4Seasons

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Language: English

Tags: family, decorating, seasons, Christmas, home

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Latest Blog Posts for Seasons for All

  • Celebrating ~ Rain!
    on Feb 6, 2009 in Celebrating
    It is pouring rain as I write this post. And although it's just 7:00 a.m., only a slight hint of daylight is in the sky. I love that it's raining today because, other than getting to a mid-afternoon appointment in...
  • Beautiful Winter
    on Feb 5, 2009 in Life
    It rained today and I loved it, especially since I stayed home most of the day. Northern California needs rain right now, and sometimes it's more fun watching and listening to the rain than it is being out in it....
  • A Mini Vacation in Winter
    on Feb 4, 2009 in Season: Winter
    I've decided to take a few vacation days this week, so I have a 4-day weekend. As winter peaks and much needed rain is forecast for Northern California, I'll be nesting at home and spending time with family and friends....
  • Puzzle ~ A Cart Full of Flowers
    on Feb 3, 2009 in Games
    I know it's not even Valentine's Day yet, but I am so ready for spring. Fresh rain, flowering bulbs, and bursting green leaves are welcome to arrive any time they'd like! In the meantime, we can appreciate beautiful images from...
  • Tea Lovers ~ Your Opinion, Please
    on Feb 2, 2009 in Occasion
    Since Valentine's Day is approaching, I'm conducting a very short survey over at The Tea Room. If you have tea-related interests, would you please let me know about them by clicking here? Thank you!
  • Sunday's Silence ~ Coco Chanel on Luxury
    on Feb 1, 2009 in Quotes
    “Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty.It is not. It is the opposite of vulgarity.” ~ Coco Chanel * * * * *...
  • A Different Kind of Saturday
    on Feb 1, 2009 in Life Season: Winter
    Perhaps it was because I had a late afternoon manicure appointment, but today was not a typical Saturday. I got up earlier than usual this morning, then putzed about my house for a few hours. And, although I found plenty...
  • Celebrating ~ A Daily Routine
    on Jan 30, 2009 in Celebrating
    This week, many blue chip companies each announced a huge number of layoffs. The U.S. economy is so very delicate right now, and it's so difficult to realize people are losing their jobs and subsequently their homes, their health care,...
  • Making A Difference
    on Jan 29, 2009 in Citizenship Health Life
    Once in a great while, or maybe it's more often than I realize, I am in a position to facilitate a smoother process for those who are focusing on a specific initiative related to improving the quality of life for...
  • Wednesday's Work of Art ~ Winter Lace
    on Jan 28, 2009 in Art Season: Winter
    On Wednesdays, many bloggers participate in "Wordless Wednesday" and post a photograph that captures a moment in their lives. I don't always have a camera handy, but art is readily available and paintings like this one always leave
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