Monthly Archives: June 2014

Elk River Trail

You know that a day is as perfect as it can get when you’re only 20 minutes into the hike and you know that getting up at 4 a.m. was worth it! In fact, I am now so enamoured of … Continue reading

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Excited

It doesn’t take much to get me excited – but then, if you read this blog at all regularly, you already know that. I am excited that today is Friday and tomorrow is the longest day of the year and … Continue reading

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Enbridge etc.

  I’ve been feeling puffed up with hope today. Every media piece I have read (Toronto Star etc,) and every report I have heard on CBC radio essentially says the same thing: the Enbridge pipeline doesn’t stand a chance. And … Continue reading

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Done!

Really – there is something so very satisfying about a long and busy day and getting everything done, checked off the list and put away. In other words, I’m feeling pretty darn chuffed. And it’s doubly good when it all … Continue reading

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No Rant Today

Actually, I had a really good rant in mind today – I thought about it during my walk. And then I had a different thought. It’s all well and good to sound off about what is wrong. It might, however, … Continue reading

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How to Create a Plutocracy

Let’s do a quick definition first: Plutocracy:   a society or a system ruled and dominated by the small minority of the wealthiest citizens. It occurred to me today that we have (at least in BC and, I feel quite sure, … Continue reading

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Major Achievement

I did it! I took advantage of a (mostly) rainy day to follow through on my urge to purge: My car trunk and front seat are loaded and ready to go the to Recycling Exchange: all the clothes I haven’t … Continue reading

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