Monthly Archives: March 2016

Steppin’ out on this beautiful Spring day …

My friend Marge told me recently, that taking a morning walk allows me the luxury of enjoying the best part of the day, because “people are quiet, birds are vocal and traffic is limited” – that statement was certainly true … Continue reading

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Easter GrEATings!

Have you been hamming and yamming it up yet, or does that come later tonight? It seems that Easter Sunday is always a foodie fest, from dawn ‘til dusk, only to be outdone by Thanksgiving Day.  My Easter fare will … Continue reading

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Easter grass and blooms en masse.

“Spring has sprung. The grass is riz. I wonder where dem flowers is?” When I left the house this morning, it was Jack Frost, not the Easter Bunny, who had stopped by with offerings – ol’ Jack had deposited a … Continue reading

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Chicken Little.

I hustled out of the house early, shutting the door and simultaneously stealing a quick glance at the sky which looked a little ominous, but I was determined to get a long walk in on this Good Friday morning. My … Continue reading

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Wednesday … just wanderin’ and whistlin’.

It was a bonus walking day for me on this mid-week morning. Evidently the weather folks must’ve consulted the wrong models and maps since they all predicted a rainy a.m. drive time.  Even though it was dry as a bone, … Continue reading

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So, … let’s SPRING it on!!

Well … the calendar says it is Spring. And the news people also say it is so. This wondrous event happened shortly after midnight today. Whether it feels like Spring or not, it has arrived, and now we inch ever … Continue reading

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This season has me both freezin’ and sneezin’.

What I mean to say, is that on this last day of Winter, to be freezing and sneezing at airborne pollen at the same time, is a clear conflict of interest. It seems impossible that tomorrow is the first day … Continue reading

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