Monthly Archives: February 2018

How sweet it is …

No, this is not another post about delectable donuts or bonbons and blooms, but … it was just nice to get out and about on a mid-Winter day, without tippy-toeing across the treacherous ice, or shoveling mounds of snow. It … Continue reading

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Bonbons and blooms.

‘Tis the day for chocolate, hearts and flowers, and, of course, that sweet cherub known as Cupid. On the subject of love, I’m not loving the weather as my walking regimen remains halted, thanks to all this ice and snow, … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

For the second day in a row, I got a reprieve from that back-breaking shoveling – yeah for that, BUT my sidewalks and driveway are now icy and treacherous.  Note to self:  do not shovel when it is “snaining” (a … Continue reading

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Reflecting and remembering …

I am Winter weary, and I’ve decided that, just like Trix cereal, snow is only fun for kids. I see no big smile on my face these days, after an intensive week of dealing with this wintry weather.  I sure … Continue reading

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SE Michigan’s Snowmageddon 2018.

It’s the day after Snowmageddon and unfortunately Mother Nature is not quite done with us yet. This was the biggest snow storm to hit SE Michigan since the Super Bowl Blizzard in 2015 where we got a foot of snow. … Continue reading

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Fire and Ice.

The torch relay is complete and the cauldron has been lit by Olympic gold medalist Yuna Kim, who even skated a little before the official lighting. So let the Winter Games begin. I used to follow figure skating competition for … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

The weatherman told us that Winter is flexing its muscles.  That’s an interesting way to describe the onslaught of snow we’ve received this first week of February. Old Man Winter is not the only one flexing its muscles.  I fear … Continue reading

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