Monthly Archives: October 2014

End of Week

Well, let me just say, whew! End of the week – well, almost. I still have one story to complete but that shouldn’t take long. Politics has made this week more interesting and I have to say, I have noticed that … Continue reading

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Yet more politics

Luck me – the sun came out while I took Abby for a walk in Hemer Park today – love seeing even a tin y glimmer. But, as promised, let’s once again talk about politics. First, the tragic shooting in … Continue reading

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More politics

  And by the “More Politics” title I don’t mean that I have any profound thoughts to share: just that I am dashing of a quick post before getting in the car and tearing off to our first all-candidates forum. But … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Politics

I had two quick walks with Abby today – quick because I am madly busy, not only with my usual writing, but also with extra magazine work – and the current political campaign of course. As you can see, this … Continue reading

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Rainy Days and Mondays

Okay – so today had it all: first it was Monday (sigh) and then it rained – and then it let up just a bit while I was walking and sunlight glistened off the wet leaves and I cursed myself for … Continue reading

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Maple Mountain

Okay – we did Maple Mountain today: twice! In other words, we have every reason to feel chuffed. And we did it with an elderly dog (poor, Buddy – he’s going to be sore) and one person (me) still aching … Continue reading

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Mount Arrowsmith

I did it! I can tick Mount Arrowsmith off my list. Not only did I do it all the way to the top, but I did it in wet, windy weather: slippery rocks and roots and enough wind at the … Continue reading

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