Monthly Archives: January 2016

Makin’ tracks and not draggin’ MY caboose.

Another beautiful morning, bright and sunny, and way warmer than that wind chills-in-the-teens nonsense we had yesterday. This weekend, we’ll give Old Man Winter the cold shoulder and enjoy temps in the 50s. Before I left, I took the car … Continue reading

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“Cheep” entertainment.

Once again the sky was bright blue when I left for my walk, but, that sunny and bright blue sky belied just how brisk and downright cold it was this morning. Though I was dressed for the weather, I felt … Continue reading

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Hello Spring!?

I love that it is finally getting lighter earlier; this morning as I bustled about getting ready to leave, I saw the first rays of the day filtering through the blinds as they cast a pale glow onto the floor. … Continue reading

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How many rings will you reach in your lifetime?

My boss was out this morning which was nice for me as I could leave later and take a longer walk. The sun was already high in the sky when I left the house, so that was a big plus … Continue reading

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Snow daze … I’m lovin’ OUR weather though!

While we’ve temporarily given snow the boot here in Southeast Michigan, I’ve watched the videos of Mother Nature’s handiwork as she has wreaked havoc on the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast areas. My friend Evelyn sent me a series of pictures … Continue reading

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“On the road again ….”

The air temperature was a brutal 16 degrees and snowflakes were flying when I left the house, bundled up to the hilt but happy to be walking again. In fact, I was downright ecstatic to lace up my walking shoes … Continue reading

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Forsaking the footpath for Plan “B”.

Well, I think Southeast Michigan has officially settled into a Winter abyss. Last week that freezing rain messed up sidewalks and streets, and then, after they were clear and “walkable” again, my car needed a run more than I needed … Continue reading

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