Monthly Archives: June 2013

Feeling Spectacular

  Yes I am! I am feeling sensational! Also content and happy. Why, you may well ask. Let me count the ways. Frist, sitting here at my desk with warm sun pouring through the window making me feel like toad … Continue reading

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The Zoo

  A hike up the Zoo was exactly what I needed today – especially since it involved discovering new trails – beautiful trails! Wonderful, blessed, gorgeous day – photographs if you scroll down. And while we’re on the subject of … Continue reading

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Exhausted

  Exhausted after an eight-hour hike over steep and rough terrain is one thing – a very good thing. Exhausted after eight hours of slogging through mental gymnastics (otherwise known as non-productive work) is something else entirely. I feel like … Continue reading

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When Work Ain’t Good

  Sometimes work sucks. Today, for the first time EVER – I was requested to write a do-over! I can’t decide whether I am mortified or righteously pissed off or fed up or ……. I had to ponder all of … Continue reading

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Good Things

  All right then: good things that happened today: – the weather turned warm enough to wear shorts and a T-shirt and there was enough time to walk with Abby for almost two hours and soak up the sun. – … Continue reading

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Non-Existential

  As it turns out, when I am REALLY busy, I don’t have a lot of time for existential thoughts – like who am I and what is time and why are we all here? I’m sur I’ll come back … Continue reading

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