Monthly Archives: March 2015

What came first – the chicken or the egg(nog)?

Tonight, from 8:30 to 9:30 is “Earth Hour”, an international event organized by the World Wildlife Fund.  The event asks you to “join hundreds of millions of people around the world and turn off your lights for one hour to … Continue reading

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Not all ad men are “Mad Men”.

Though I cancelled my cable and haven’t parked myself before a TV for many years, occasionally I hear sound bites or follow the online chatter about the AMC cable show “Mad Men”. I worked in an ad agency for 18 … Continue reading

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I froze my buns off this morning.

Good thing this is not one of those years when we have an early Easter and the kids are off school this week. It was barely in the 20s when I bundled up and left the house for my walk. … Continue reading

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I rebooted my brain at the Park earlier today …

That’s because today was the long-awaited return to Council Point Park. Unfortunately the trip back in early February was marred by mounds of snow and not a very doable walk at all. I slipped out the screen door quietly on … Continue reading

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Woo-hoo … Spring is finally here!

Today marks the first full day of Spring. I decided I must get myself back into a regimen in conjunction with the walking, but it has been so difficult after several months of being sedentary – no, make that almost … Continue reading

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Spring bling

I’ve called this post “Spring Bling” because crystals and diamonds are on my mind today. No, not that pretty Swarovski crystal, but instead crystals of snow, those beautiful frilly flakes, that were supposed to be fluttering down to the ground … Continue reading

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It’s a day for shamrocks and shenanigans.

Well, I left the house with a spring in my step, after listening to an assortment of Irish tunes in the wee hours of the morn. But, all the mirth and merriment immediately stopped short once I stepped beyond the … Continue reading

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