Monthly Archives: December 2019

Friends

I have been and am blessed in this life to have the most amazing circle of friends. And not just one or two – I have a bunch of friends that I know I can count on no matter what … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Thoughts

Today has been dark. And I mean dark: the kind of dark where you have to have the lights on all day. And it has been misty, rainy, chilly – and yet, when Abby and I went to Hemer Park … Continue reading

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Cable Bay

Such a day! I started with waking up and discovering that I have mice! Akkk! How did I know? Well – let’s see: a basket nibbled through and an apple halfway eaten – and not by me or Abby. And … Continue reading

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Meandering in Body, Mind and Heart

My heart is full. I feel blessed – and happier than I thought would be possible. No – not quite happiness – joy is the word I’m looking for. The person I love more than anything or anyone on earth … Continue reading

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The ferry again

And this is why I shall wait at least 20 minutes before I get my veggie burger. The lineup stretches clear around the ferry. Holy heck! More to the point: Beryl and I got on the ferry without issue. Amazingly, … Continue reading

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The Ferry

We have now been on the ferry for slightly more than 1.5 hours. We have moved exactly 0.0 inches. And why is that? Apparently an RV on the vehicle deck has spilled its poop. They are trying to clean it … Continue reading

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Thoughts

Thought number one today: how lovely to see the trumpeter swans on the big pond again. And then while Abby and I were out, a monster V of Canada Geese few overhead, honking their hearts out – I stood and … Continue reading

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