Monthly Archives: November 2017

Well, it rained on my parade …

… and my shoes, coat, hat and gloves.  Well you get the idea.  But, it didn’t dampen my spirits because I added more miles to my total, despite the sky opening up as I scurried home, as if I were … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

Sadly, the sun is back to rising later again, as those morning daylight minutes we gained after the time change earlier this month, are slowly giving way to a later sunrise. But, on sunny mornings, like yesterday and today, I … Continue reading

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The Deep Freeze has returned; Autumn leaves revisited.

It’s anybody’s guess what happened to yesterday’s mild weather.  It was short-lived; here for a day, and now it is gone again, although we are promised temps of nearly 60 degrees on Tuesday – only Tuesday. Once again I piled … Continue reading

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Patience is a virtue.

It was breezy and almost balmy as I set out on this third day of the long holiday weekend, which sadly is zipping by all too quickly. Is there still mayhem at the malls, or, perhaps people are patronizing their … Continue reading

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Do the holidays make you go a little nutty?

So, admit it – did you go a little nuts at the mall today? There was a novelty song called “I Yust Go Nuts At Christmas” by Yogi Yorgesson that was popular before I was born.  (And no, “yust” is … Continue reading

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It’s all about the bird today.

Okay … I’ll concede that family and friends breaking bread together is important too, but, it seems like that lip-smacking turkey does take center stage, doesn’t it? How did your Thanksgiving Day go – did you gobble ‘til you wobbled?  … Continue reading

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Scurrying and hurrying along on Thanksgiving Eve …

It is the busiest travel day of the year, and, just like the fallen leaves, people are scattered here, there and everywhere.  Consequently, the perimeter path at Council Point Park sure was not one of the most-traveled places.  Unbelievably, there … Continue reading

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