Monthly Archives: December 2016

Pages

No, this is not about yet one more pages of snowy landscapes (which were as pretty today as ever) and it’s not about the pages I finished writing yesterday (469 of them – and the end of my manuscript) or … Continue reading

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Words

I have decided that 2017 is a year that will need more than one word. “Home” is good. So is “fierce.” There – two words. One requires introspection and careful consideration as well as inner probing. The other requires me to … Continue reading

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Working

It’s a working day – therefore a short post. We woke up to snow and it has only just begun to clear. It’s been a day of huddling indoors and writing – for both of us. In a day or … Continue reading

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Surviving myself

Today I have been giving considerable thought to purpose, meaning and fulfillment. We needed to do some grocery shopping this morning so headed off to New Denver, stopping along the way at the hardware store and the coffee shop as … Continue reading

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Snow Day

At least one member of this family loves snow days – well actually, I think Simon rather enjoys them too. And Abby probably likes them because it means she gets to spend more time curled up in front of the … Continue reading

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Boxing Day Snowshoe

Question: what’s better than walking through the mall all day looking for Boxing Day sales? Answer: snowshoeing up a mountain! We really did have a great morning! I’ve been wanting to go up to Payne Bluffs from Three Forks for … Continue reading

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Christmas

These are scenes from today’s Christmas walk (snowshoe) with the dogs. If you look very closely at pic number two, you might be able to spot a yellow dog wondering why it’s taking so long to catch up to her. … Continue reading

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