Tag Archives: Canada Geese

A few thoughts about the upcoming Olympics.

First, I am taking liberties with my self-imposed intention of only publishing two posts per week because, after all, the Olympics only happens once every four years, (give or take a year). We all know that the Games of the … Continue reading

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Ode to Dad.

It really doesn’t make much difference whether you’re a human dad or a Canada Goose dad … there are similar dilemmas, exasperating or even cringe-worthy moments. If you’re a dad, yep … I can see you shaking your head in … Continue reading

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Glimpses of Goslings #Wordless Wednesday #Sweet fuzzballs

Wordless Wednesday – allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

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Escape to Elizabeth Park.

I was ready to escape somewhere … anywhere … just to leave the confines of the house where I had been battling an army of little black ants for weeks. It was discouraging to see them popping up everywhere, including … Continue reading

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If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy!

We all enjoy a good chuckle from social media memes, tee-shirts … even bumper snickers. I’ve seen the expression used today in my headline countless times. It claims to have Southern origins as early as 1850 – 1900 and was … Continue reading

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Spring reflections.

“To find the universal elements enough; to find the air and the water exhilarating; to be refreshed by a morning walk or an evening saunter; to be thrilled by the stars at night; to be elated over a bird’s nest … Continue reading

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Wow! A Canada Goose convention.

Unlike we humans in this year 2020, our fine-feathered friends, a/k/a Canada Geese, are free to congregate, break bread … er, graze, just as much as they want. They don’t follow any social distancing guidelines, and, if they decide to … Continue reading

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Swannabes.

I’m not going to write about today’s walk because it was abysmal.  After enduring three days of ugly weather in the form of freezing rain, freezing fog, torrential rain, then still more fog and rain, I finally headed out around … Continue reading

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