Monthly Archives: March 2017

Muddling along in the mud puddles.

Well, this morning I felt like a little kid again, succumbing to the many puddles that had collected in the sidewalks enroute to the railroad tracks in Wyandotte. I was not surprised to see so many gigantic puddles, given the … Continue reading

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If wishes were fishes …

For the tail end of March, you couldn’t ask for a prettier, albeit cold, walking day. The sky was a brilliant blue and the sun was shining.  That sunshine really made me feel good, even though I still needed my … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

My favorite meteorologist, Channel 4’s Paul Gross, says “rain reigns” and, as if last weekend was not bad enough, it will rain through the course of the next few days and maybe next week as well – talk about a … Continue reading

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If a tree falls …

Even before I took Professor John Azar’s philosophy class at Henry Ford Community College in the mid-70s, I had heard, (and maybe even pondered over), the expression: “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

A cup of dark roast coffee usually clears my brain fog every morning, but, when it comes to the fog in the ‘hood … well, I have to depend on Mother Nature to clear that away for me, and, sometimes … Continue reading

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Suzy Homemaker, Sunday strolling and oh … those seagulls!

Yesterday’s weather sure was nothing special, and, about the only purpose it served, was that it kept me in the house, nose to the grindstone, getting my big Spring cleaning housework project done. I saved the kitchen for last and … Continue reading

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With a spring in my step …

… I set out on this St. Patrick’s Day morn. Though I’m not Irish, I felt lucky anyway. Yesterday, freezing rain or snow was predicted for Friday in the early morning, but that crummy weather got delayed, affording me a … Continue reading

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