Monthly Archives: January 2017

Tuesday musings.

Mother Nature rebooted Winter and shook up her snow globe a bit as well. I was just as happy with the status quo, even though that piddling amount of snow every day was getting somewhat annoying. Perhaps I am just … Continue reading

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It was a gray and graupel kind of day.

I think the balmy weather departed for the short term, and, in its wake, was a windchill of 15 degrees, gray skies and graupel, those icy pellets that stung my face and hopscotched along the sleeves of my down coat … Continue reading

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Snippets of sunshine, sound bites, and … remembering that smile.

The month of January is speeding by, despite our collective weariness with these dull and dreary days of late. It’s the middle of the week already and February is in sight. I told myself that I wasn’t going to write … Continue reading

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Slow as molasses in January.

Did your folks ever use this expression when you were growing up? Perhaps Mom was commenting on the ketchup as it took forever to make its slow journey out of the bottle, while her French fries were cooling off too … Continue reading

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There’s a sucker born every minute.

Well, I thought I’d preface this post by saying I was continuing with the circus theme by using this headline. But first, I Googled to see if I had correctly used P.T. Barnum’s quote, only to find out that he … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

As I sit here writing this post, I am waiting for my boss Robb’s plane to touch down at Detroit Metro. He will then scurry from his seat and hit the ground running, coat tails flying, while debating whether to … Continue reading

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Mother Nature keeps you on your toes sometimes.

I was feeling lucky to have wended my way down to Council Point Park, and along the trail, for the second day in a row in mid-January. The lack of black ice on the sidewalks I traversed, or even the … Continue reading

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