Monthly Archives: October 2014

Make no bones about it …

… it was bone-chilling this morning but I managed to eke out a walk, albeit small, just in the neighborhood, to pile on a couple of more miles toward the big goal. I toyed with the idea of sleeping in … Continue reading

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Ghastly and ghostly … well, ‘tis the season.

I scurried out for a short walk this morning, blustery and cold as it was. Before heading outside I piled on some extra clothes and my wool headband and set out when it was finally light enough to do so. … Continue reading

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Whole lotta rakin’ going on!

Shakin’ too … as those leaves are often wiggling precariously when one big wind whoosh will whisk them down to the ground. Most of the time they are hanging on for dear life, their jewel tones glistening in the warm … Continue reading

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There’s one in every crowd.

What a beautiful Autumn day! I noted all the U of M and MSU flags flying as I walked through the various neighborhoods enroute to Council Point Park this morning. There were a few houses divided as well, flying or … Continue reading

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With a quack, quack here and a quack, quack there …

Well, at least the sun peeked out from behind the cloud cover this morning, so I was able to leave a little earlier for a walk and to brave the near-frosty temps. I had to layer up a little more, … Continue reading

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All God’s creatures.

My morning got off to a rocky start when I switched on the kitchen light and saw a big brown spider skittering along the narrow ledge of the Formica countertop in front of the stainless steel sink. Well, that wasn’t … Continue reading

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Making strides on an awesome Autumn morn …

It was crisp and invigorating this morning when I set out for Council Point Park. The wicked winds from these past few blustery days have whisked alot of the leaves onto the sidewalks and they were all curled up and … Continue reading

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