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Call this the clip show of my blog.

Here we have a Dilbert cartoon that completely describes my workplace.  It’s hanging up in my cube and it does make me chuckle even though I’ve read it 134 times.

Vulcan Tool Co. is close to my house so one day I decided to take a picture of it.  My husband says that he heard there was a fire there in the early 1900s and people died as a result.  So it’s most definitely haunted, of course.

So here I am getting ready for a meeting to start at work when I look up to find my name on the board.  So odd, yet it cheered me up.

One of the loveliest things about St. Anthony is that they light the Christmas star around Christmas each year.  However, I snapped this picture in June…

I know this could easily be a sign of end times but I’m so digging this very unseasonably warm weather.  I feel like I can’t waste another second cooped up inside so here’s everything you need to know about springtime in East Dayton:

These were all taken on walks around our neighborhood in Linden Heights.

Thank you all for voting for the topic of my new house!  I would love to tell you about it.  This will be the first in a series of posts about my house.

First of all, it’s located in the city of Dayton, Ohio – specifically Linden Heights.  It was built in 1914 like many of the houses in Dayton after the 1913 flood.  There are 4 levels to our home including the basement and attic.

Here are some pictures of the views around our house.

St. Anthony

Julia in the back yard.

There’s more to come!  Check back to see the inside…