Monthly Archives: August 2019

Joy

I love this: “Today I choose Joy.” I love it because it is a choice. Today I made a conscious decision to be joyful – and just like that, I lit up and was full of joy. But why? Isn’t … Continue reading

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Walkabout

Three posts in one day! Eek! What’s wrong with this woman? Damned if I know. I only live inside her head (heart, body) So I took Abby for a walk at Jack Point and was just having fun, taking some … Continue reading

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Love Part 2

After I posted my thoughts on love, I felt a deep, solid “niggle” inside me. What am I doing? I asked myself. Am I being some sort of love guru? Nope. Not me. Not by a long, long shot. What … Continue reading

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Love

I’ve been thinking about love lately – quite a bit actually. And I have not been pondering the old, unanswerable question, “What is love?” The truth is that I think we all know what it is but we know it … Continue reading

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Recovery Day

Just a few more random photos from the Jack Augerpoint Traverse. Today was all about recovery, especially my poor abused back. My spine is bony and sticks out and it’s badly bruised. It’s nothing awful of course – not unless … Continue reading

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Jack Augerpoint Traverse

The Jack Augerpoint Traverse – I’ve been thinking about it – dreaming about it – for years. And so, as you can imagine, I had pretty high expectations. The trek exceeded those expectations by miles and miles. The trek was … Continue reading

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Preparations

Yup – the beast is pretty much packed and ready to go. Just have to add the food tomorrow morning. And – excitingly – I seem to have managed to pack for 4 days and come in under 30 pounds. … Continue reading

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