Monthly Archives: November 2013

Swans

  The swans are well and truly back in Hemer Park. About 12 days ago the first couple landed on the pond, but they were just outliers – resting on the pond, having a good feed, and then traveling on … Continue reading

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Okay, my back is still far from normal, but better. Every little piece of flexibility I get is a huge win. I suspect that tomorrow will be even better. I feel like I essentially have this thing licked. I know … Continue reading

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Ouch!

  Darn it – my back hurts! Okay, not complaining (well maybe just a bit.) but it really doesn’t feel good. The problem when your back is sore is that you have to go into some very strange contortions to do … Continue reading

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Hiking with pain

I have no idea what happened. All I know is that I woke up with a back that hurt so bad I almost couldn’t get out of bed. This is not a new phenomenon, mind you. My back had gone … Continue reading

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Friendship

It was a privilege to spend several hours today with my dear friend, Cathy. She is one magnificent, talented, gorgeous, awesome, strong woman. I picked her up in Parksville, we had lunch at Rawmba’s (yum!!!) and then I drove her … Continue reading

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Flies

Since I wrote about spiders yesterday, it only seems fitting that today I should write about flies. I love spiders. I abhor flies. One of the reasons I love spiders is that they catch flies – and in my house … Continue reading

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Spiders

This is so cool. Below is the photo of a bush on teh back 40 that I took yesterday monring:   And here is the very same bush this morning:   The difference? Here’s a close-up:   The entire shrub – and … Continue reading

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