Archive for December, 2011

PSssst … Sharing A Tip To Help Mainers Oil Heat Their Homes.

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Being cold is no fun and especially for someone on a small fixed Maine income that needs a helping hand with the winter oil heating bill. Wearing a snow suit inside during Wheel of Fortune or re-runs of Law and Order (DUN DUN sound) does not make 52 the new 68 degrees for a living […]

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WARNING: Over Loaded Maine Blog Information Guide Post Ahead.

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Maine, so much to love, so much to share in a blog post about the state. If you had never been to Maine, had not bumped in to many people that had either. That would be a lot of empty shelves in the mental library on the topic Maine. This blog post is to start […]

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Tough Love Santa, Calls Spade A Spade In Maine Visit.

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Think of your experience with Santa Claus over the years. You’ve had some pretty good toy loads, presents. Then other years where you fell down miserably, messed up. But Christmas happened just the same, right on time, schedule. I’ve witnessed Santa’s I’ve met in person with various mood swings. Usually jovial, looking like his blood […]

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Widgets, I Use Them To Keep Maine Media Streams Straight.

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Widgets are neat on line containers that a Maine blog author can keep the collection of posts. To plant the code to the widget on other media sites that the blogger, or in my case Maine real estate broker maintains, posts to and coordinates. Out of the corner of your eye, the media widget can […]

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The MeInMaine Blogger Just One Of Many Fine ME Posts To Follow.

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When you are in your right place, love where you live in the upper right hand corner of the country in a rural state like Maine, you don’t keep it a secret. Blogging about the Maine lifestyle, approach to living day to day is easy and necessary. In a world of helter skelter, chasing the […]

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The Childhoods Of Four Maine Boys Contained In An Antique Open Front Writing Desk.

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If you still have both your parents, enjoy them but my Maine Mom and Dad are now in my memory and heart only. I miss them being here on Earth. But they both prepared the four boys in their family for the acceptance of death as a part of life. I still feel their presence, […]

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Give Experiences In Maine, Gifts That Make Lasting Memories.

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Local, close to home activities in Maine are plentiful when you live in a state known as “Vacationland”. This Christmas bag the ugly tie, another scented candle and go for outdoor experiences in Maine. Like a open horse carriage ride around Acadia National Park. Enjoy a Maine day admiring ocean views, granite stone bridges and […]

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Christmas Tinsel, Shiny Wrapped Presents But In Maine Much More.

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Christmas should be more home made and not store bought. Easy easy, not getting all anti commercial or trying to sabotage stimulating the economy for retailers this Ho Ho Ho season of green and red. But head over heels in debt, mountains of credit card receipts a Christmas bright does not make, right? My Mom […]

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