Monthly Archives: January 2020

More Rain

Rain And more rain. Several roads in the area are flooded and I have never seen river levels this high. CBC reported that this is record rainfall for the month since the 1930s and it’s not about to let up … Continue reading

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Marking Time

What I know is that to live life fully and joyously, it works to live in the moment. The present time. The right now. So WTF am I doing thinking about the future and spending most of my time there? … Continue reading

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Spring!

At about 10 a.m. I took Abby for a walk in the back 40. It was pouring rain. The ground was a gooey pit made worse by the churning of horses hoofs and horse apples. Was I walking in mud … Continue reading

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Things on my Mind

Sometimes, I have too much on my mind. My method of dealing with this: make a list. I am famous for lists. I have lists for the next two or three weeks. Stuff to do – lots of it stuff … Continue reading

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Still working…

What a mixed emotions day! Swings from lows to highs. And I had half a glass of wine left so I’m drinking it. I deserve it. So there. Mostly, I worked today – And I do mean, worked. I get … Continue reading

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Love Day

No – nothing dramatic happened today. I wasn’t serenaded by a lovesick swain. In fact, it was a pretty ordinary day – except for the fact that I just felt surges of love all day. And that makes it special. … Continue reading

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Almost Perfect Saturday

Here are the conditions that made today almost perfect: a good. long hike over Robert’s Roost and all the Westwood Ridges; excellent company consiting of Abby (of course), Jennifer and her partner, Joseph. It was the first time I’d met … Continue reading

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