Monthly Archives: May 2014

Another Friday (and teachers’ strike)

I love that “end of the week” feeling, when all the work is done and I can just let it all go: a bit like going on vacation. And, speaking of vacation, I am beginning to count down the weeks. … Continue reading

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Puzzled

Sometimes I can’t figure myself out. Ha! I know, neither can anyone else. Ask any of my exes! But seriously, folks, there I am walking in the park with Abby this afternoon, feeling really good because I have just finished … Continue reading

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World Bankruptcy

I took a longer walk than usual today – and gave my full attention to solving the world’s problems – all of them! You’re welcome. So – let’s start at the beginning. We know that the system is broken – and … Continue reading

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Summer Starts

I tell myself I am going to blog about the “big” things – like the imminent end of civilization. And then a hot summer day comes along: a day that is precious and wonderful – and I can’t seem to … Continue reading

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Maple Mountain

What an interesting day: six hours hiking the yellow, pink and blue trails on Maple Mountain – a good workout to say the very least. Hiking today, on my own, gave me ample opportunity to think. Unfortunately, most of my thoughts … Continue reading

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Harewood Plains

It’s amazing what four days off can mean: not only do I have the vast bulk of gardening done, but I also got to the Cedar Farmers’ Market (oh yum! I likely spend way too much money there, but who … Continue reading

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Clean Car

Yes, I know, with a title like “Clean Car” you would think that, at the very least, I could post a photo of my little Corolla. But really, would you be able to tell how (relatively) pristine it is now, after I … Continue reading

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