Monthly Archives: November 2014

One armed picture taking

It was a beautiful sunny warming – and warm. Was I envious of the group hiking Mount Benson? Um – does a bear sit in the woods? But no matter. Instead of climbing up a mountain, I ventured with Abby … Continue reading

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Friday again

No – this photo was not taken today – it would have taken a miracle to get any shots in the pouring rain and dark cloudy gloom. It is also going to take a miracle for me to take pictures … Continue reading

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typing

All right – I just got through another day successfully. It’s amazing how much more effort everything takes. But I think I am making progress. I am now typing with two hands. That is, I skootch up very close to … Continue reading

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night hiking and broken arms

  We hiked up Mount Prevost last night well after dark. It wasn’t challenging – or, at least, would not have been if I had two arms. Happily, I had two wonderful men looking out for me and I felt … Continue reading

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exhausted

I am so done! I woke up from my very sketchy sleep with a nagging headache and sore shoulders and etc. Sheer crap. Not a good start. Then a really full day of work, which is taking me twice as … Continue reading

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better still

If not for a persistent ache in my arm and shoulders – and various bits of discomfort, I’d say I’m doing really well. I didn’t need help with Abby this morning, although I certainly did need Julie’s help later lacing … Continue reading

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better

Okay – my self prognosis is good. I walked with Abby in the back 40 for 40 minutes this morning – then almost 2 hours in Hemer this afternoon. It’s good. I will up the ante tomorrow, And I will … Continue reading

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