Monthly Archives: August 2014

Good Sunday

And not just a good Sunday – a terrific one. Oh sure, it was all pretty routine: farmer’s market, walking with Abby, gardening, napping – but sometimes, all these familiar, everyday things are not only comforting, but enormously enjoyable. And … Continue reading

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Really, really wet

Taking stock: here is what I have to report after going up Mount Becher by way of Slingshot Meadows on a rainy day: multiple scratches and bruises on my legs and especially my knees which are bloody and bruised; soaking … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions…

  So – there’s a group going for a hike up Mount Benson tomorrow: my least favourite hike: it’s a grind both up and down and that’s about it. Good leg stretcher, however. And if it’s really going to rain … Continue reading

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Getting it all done

  Some days are all about the details. Today was about working, getting photos from London Drugs and then going to the post office to mail them to my mother, shopping for food, digging potatoes, picking raspberries, walking with Abby, … Continue reading

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Happy Dance

Of course I’m doing my happy dance. Not only did I just finish all my work, but I have also received a batch of new assignments, and have hem mostly lined up and ready to go. The week is winding … Continue reading

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Hot Summer Days

I have the distinct feeling that Abby wishes this were a photo from today. Ata bout 4.30 p.m. I invited her to go into the back 40 with me to hack away at blackberry bushes so that I could fill … Continue reading

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Technology

Ha! I did it! For a while there I thought I was going to be a goner. But no! I did it! I was so done with Rogers Wireless. Paying $84 a month and for what? Three phone calls a … Continue reading

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