> jumping into life.

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Pie number two (deep-dish, one crust, blueberry): success! Sloppy, juicy, better-eat-it-all-today-or-it'll-get-soggy, delicious success.

Four juvenile cardinals now accompany what I can only assume to be their father to the birdfeeder; one pepper yellow, almost orange; one bolted beet; corn knee-high and a bit; blueberries falling off the bush; carrots the size of my fingers; almost time to pull out the lettuce and replant.

Still no job.

If no job, then gardening, cooking, and writing about it is a good substitute...I love reading about your Vermont adventures and discoveries, Kat.

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