Monthly Archives: July 2013

Scribbler.

With today’s entry, my published blog posts have reached the century mark. Wow!! Well, I told myself in the beginning I’d write a blog post for every day I walked. Sometimes, I’d have errands and squeak in a small walk … Continue reading

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Bliss.

We’ve got some juxtaposition going on today folks: grass that is bright green like you see in Spring , a sky that is a brilliant blue like you see in Summer and early morning sweater weather like you see or … Continue reading

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Nurturing…

A friend of mine posted a pretty picture containing a quote on her Facebook status that said: “Nature nurtures your soul” and I just felt compelled to share these wise words with you in this blog post. Rachel has three … Continue reading

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Wondering???

In walking around Lincoln Park, sometimes I’ll venture down streets where school chums lived years ago and it gets me wondering where they are now? It’s not hard to remember where my buddies lived as I may have walked to … Continue reading

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Handprints.

While out walking this morning I had to chuckle at the artwork in front of a house on Pagel Street. There were bright blue, child-sized handprints which looked like those above, all over the sidewalk. I’ll just bet the parents … Continue reading

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Productive.

This cooler weather makes me just want to jump out of bed and get rollin’. It feels like Fall, my favorite season. My boss is out of the office for a few days, staying at the family cabin out in … Continue reading

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Offerings.

I rounded the corner and watched the gray-haired couple tending to the birds. The man was standing at a work bench in the garage, scooping seeds into a trio of empty feeders, while the birds lined up nearby along the … Continue reading

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