Monthly Archives: September 2019

Work

The only problem with working today was not being out on a mountain somewhere in perfect warmth and sunshine. What made it completely worthwhile, however, is that I loved every minute of the work. It’s been a while. I loved … Continue reading

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Mess of emotions

One result of the Hoffman Process is clarity about what I am feeling. Okay – maybe not clarity – I sometimes still need time to let that clarity develop. But what has occurred is me actually feeling my emotions. You … Continue reading

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Mount Apps

I took My second club trip today with the Ramblers: destination – Mount Apps in the Beaufort Range. This was a new one to me. Matter of face, everything in the Beaufort is and will be new because this is … Continue reading

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A Visit

That was one of the most delightful visits I’ve had. Kathleen came over yesterday evening just in time to help me drink some wonderful wine (which she brought) and then eat a big veggie curry. And we talked and talked … Continue reading

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Work

Today – a few more images of “almost October light.” The back 40 become so pretty at this time of the year. And it was warm in the sun – utterly lovely. Going to start cooking soon – actually cooking … Continue reading

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The Light

That magical time of year is almost here: the time I call October Light. Slowly, slowly the sun is dropping lower into the sky and its light is filled with gold, tugging mist off the grass in the morning, painting … Continue reading

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Work

Whew! That was a full working day – 8 hours, unless you count the time I took out to walk with Abby and pick raspberries. Yes – September 24 and I am still picking wonderful, luscious raspberries! I’m feeling better … Continue reading

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