Monthly Archives: June 2013

Perambulating.

I saw this rather archaic word this week on The Old Farmer’s Almanac Facebook site and decided to use it to describe a walk. The word “walk” sounds so boring sometimes. So, … this morning I perambulated to Meijer for … Continue reading

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Cruisin’.

Well, Jeepers Creepers – Cruisin’ Downriver is upon us again. I went the inaugural year – 1999, and, while it was unique and fun to see all the old cars driving by, it soon got a little tiring – same … Continue reading

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“Momisms”.

My mom often imparted wisdom to me as I was growing up: “believe half of what you hear and all of what you see”, “if everyone else jumps off the bridge you don’t have to follow”, “be careful what you … Continue reading

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Worms.

What a murky, drizzly morning walk was on today’s agenda … grand weather if you’re a duck. I wish the Powers That Be could turn off and on the spigot – maybe every other day or perhaps amp up the … Continue reading

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Toes.

No, not talkin’ about a foot fetish, nor “toes up” signifying a vacation and no, not sinking my toes into the sand or dangling them in the water at a beach venue. I’m talkin’ about dinosaur toes. Every time I … Continue reading

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Penny.

A penny for your thoughts, a quick decision-making toss of a penny or perhaps a penny wished upon for good luck? All those options pertained to me today. Soon into my 2 ¾ mile trek this morning I saw a … Continue reading

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Evicted!

This is an open letter to the Robin family who became the avian equivalent of DPs, or displaced persons, this morning. Please understand that I really like birds, and believe me when I say I am neither happy, nor proud, … Continue reading

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