Monthly Archives: January 2018

Tuesday Musings.

Oh, the drudgery of this Winter. I went outside Monday morning and it was already snowing lightly and it continued all the way to sundown.  Those were light and fluffy flakes, but they glommed together to yield nearly three inches … Continue reading

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Just chillin’ …

Here in Southeast Michigan, as well as many states in the nation, we’ve hunkered down for the second weekend in a row to escape the brutal cold.  If you stepped outside your igloo, er … home, for too long, you’d … Continue reading

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These Spring-like temps are sorbet for the soul.

  Mother Nature relented a little today and teased us with a record-breaking 57 degrees.  It was positively blissful to step outside on a 50-degree morning.  For a minute I thought we skipped ahead to Spring.  The temperate weather almost … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

Perhaps I was way too ambitious thinking I’d be walking this week – outside that is. In my mind’s eye, I only thought about those upcoming balmy 40- and 50-degree temps, and how delightful it would be getting back into … Continue reading

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With a spring in my step, and …

… bubble wrap in my boots, I set forth on a Sunday stroll. Finally, the weather was somewhat decent, if “decent” could be described as a dozen degrees above zero air temperature and minus three wind chill.  That was at … Continue reading

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Feeling frosty on this Friday …

This bitter cold weather sure has put everyone into a funk, barely a week past the joy of the holiday season. I started to title this blog post “Baked Alaska” after I heard an interview on WWJ earlier today with … Continue reading

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When does a trek turn into a trudge?

  When I was walking all those miles in 2017, with the exception of the last two or three weeks, I felt like my feet had wings.  They were happy feet, once I slipped on those walking shoes, and, if … Continue reading

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