Monthly Archives: April 2012

Our May challenge

The ladies here at IdiosynCrazies are pretty much…well, crazy.  Our love of scrapbooking begins with taking photos to scrapbook.  We don’t go anywhere without a camera at the ready, even if it is our camera phone.  We have given ourselves … Continue reading

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Oysters with Champagne Mignonette Sauce

Have you ever disliked a food for your entire life?  Have you ever kept trying to like it even though the mere smell of said food could make you gag?  Did the mention of that food prompt sentimental memories to … Continue reading

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You’re Invited to a Wine Pairing

Mr. Fannie and I are fortunate enough to live very close to one of our favorite area wineries; close enough, we could almost crawl home if necessary. Also fortunate is the fact we’ve never had to test that theory. Four … Continue reading

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Hey, Mr. C, What Happened to our Relationship?!

This June, Mr. Farie and I will celebrate our 16th Wedding Anniversary. It seems unbelievable that we’ve been married that long. During these nearly sixteen years, life has brought us lots of changes. We spent several summers with Mr. Farie’s two children from … Continue reading

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Do YOU Have A Magic Cleaning Machine? No? Us, Either.

Apparently, we have a magic cleaning machine in our house.  Or at least Biff thought it was a magic cleaning machine, until he found out this weekend that it isn’t magic. It’s just a dishwasher. Growing up, one of our … Continue reading

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Ultimate Meatloaf.. because I said so.

Back in the 1960’s and I was a mere child—yes, really!—my mom would fix meatloaf.  The mentioning of the meal would drive my brothers and I into such a dread.  How were we to eat that stuff?  It’s gross!  But … Continue reading

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A-1 derful Story

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, there lived a Prince and a Princess. On the day that they were wed, they looked blissfully into the future, certain that the years ahead would forever be joyful and … Continue reading

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