Monthly Archives: November 2016

To Floor or not to Floor

Do you really want to hear more on floors? No? Sadly, that seems to be the only thing I have to write about these days. Oh I suppose I could write about the snow – which is currently clinging to … Continue reading

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On the Floor

Again – no pictures of floors, nor should you expect them any time soon. It’s enough that I spent hours and hours hunched over a floor with a putty knife today – take pictures of them too? I don’t think so. The … Continue reading

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Floor me

See the pretty pictures of the dogs? So much nicer than pictures of floors – and what I did to them today. To start at the beginning. I arrived back home permanently at about 8.30 a.m. The puppies were happy … Continue reading

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Cabin Fever

This is my last night at the cabin. I keep the heat turned up pretty high – so I suppose it’s alright to say I have cabin fever – literally. It has served its purpose but I’ll be glad to … Continue reading

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Floors and so on

These photographs were the respite of the day for both the puppies and I. We took an hour-long walk on the Galena trail. The rest of the day was dedicated to the house. I spent the morning on my knees … Continue reading

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Suffering and struggling

Suffering is relative of course – and that’s even before we get into a definition of it. The dictionary calls it the process of going through pain, difficulty or hardship. I call it the obstacles you have to overcome in order … Continue reading

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Lonely or Alone?

My experience here in this cabin is beginning to feel quite surreal. Less than fifteen minutes down the road are Simon and both puppies – in other words – home. And here I am – alone. I have been alone … Continue reading

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The Threat of Snow

The snowline is dropping. This morning, as I drove home from the little cabin in town, I hit that line where the rain became snow. We live in the snow zone. And so, this too is something I shall get … Continue reading

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Guilt

I’m going to address guilt. But first, let’s see if I can remember the definition of guilt. Guilt is the feeling you get that feels bad enough the you feel you’ve atoned for what you did – and therefore allows … Continue reading

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The Cabin

I don’t dare try to upload more than one photo. Can you say slow Internet? Actually, slow would be a misnomer. Let me spark your imagination. Do you remember the days of dial-up Internet? Okay – now imagine that on … Continue reading

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