Monthly Archives: November 2015

Sunday

Yup four photos that kind of totally sum up our Sunday. I told Simon a few minutes ago that I could spend pretty much forever having days like this interspersed with a major hike every few days. Yup – that … Continue reading

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Minnas Ridge

Wonderful hike today with a fantastic group of women – and Simon. And it’s late. So today will be a photo blog -enjoy! And I also just want to say, that I am so happy that words are beginning to … Continue reading

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The Elephant in the Room

Early morning light again – this time on the Extension Ridges, where Simon and I hiked with the dogs for about three hours today. And then took the detour to THE TREE. Not many people know about this queen of … Continue reading

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First Retirement Thrusday

There’s a line from a song: “Late night fading into morning light.” Today was more like early morning fading into evening light. We took two wonderful long walks today: first we captured the ¬†golden morning sun at Hemer Park – … Continue reading

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New Day

So many changes in my life lately, I can barely keep up. The¬†most important of course is Simon. He has changed my life, turned it upside down and inside out – and I am so grateful. And now, as of … Continue reading

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Second Last Day

This curled up photo of Abby is not meant to be a representation of how I feel as I enter a new phase of my life. And, of course, it is not “retirement,” unless you choose to see it as … Continue reading

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Mount Prevost and more

I woke up this morning in the arms of the most beautiful man in the world – so after a start like that, my day couldn’t be anything but perfect. Abby and I met up with Penny, Heather and Debbie … Continue reading

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