Mary McCluskey

People call me cheap sometimes, and this doesn’t bother me at all!  I enjoy conserving my resources while finding ways to live lavishly.  What’s wrong with that?  In my other life I am director of the Wisconsin School of Massage Therapy.  I take care of the school and I take care of my own clients.  I also take care of my husband and 2 dachshunds, Hudson and Charlie.

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Please note that all images on this blog are exclusive property of Mary McCluskey. If you would like to use one I will probably say yes, please just ask!

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Bonjour Mary

Thank you for following my blog.

We love finding new and interesting blogs that portray the authors country as it is. We will never get to visit your part of the world but through your writing and pictures we get to experience some of the flavour and sights of the real United States.

Thankyou for sharing



P.S. I’ve actually eaten toasted frogs (legs) – an acquired taste!

You made my day, Dan! Thank you for your kind comments. I continue to be amazed at the far-flung readers in all parts of the world. France is one of my favorites! It keeps me going as a blogger. Toasted frog legs, huh? Well, here I think toasted means a little tipsy from the fine wines they offer!

Mary, thank you so much for your recent ‘follow’ of Learning from Dogs. Great to make the connection. We have 9 dogs here at home and each one is a wonderful animal.

Wow, that is a lot of dogs!! I have 2 dachshunds and that seems like 1 too many a lot of the time. Each one is wonderful no matter what, but one of mine is rather difficult – storm phobic, anxious about separation, not fully potty trained. Ugh!

Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama 🙂

I would like to quote from one of your posts for a local history book I’m writing. How can I obtain permission to do that?

I apologize for responding so slowly! I pretty much took the summer and fall off from blogging, but I plan to resume now. I am wondering what post you are interested in and which quote and if you even still need it! Thank you for your interest!

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