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All the leaves are brown …

… and the sky is gray, I’ve been for a walk, On a Winter’s day. The opening part of this song [“California Dreamin’” by The Mamas & the Papas] just tells it like it is on a gray and cold … Continue reading

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A little Friday frivolity …

… (at the expense of my fine-feathered friends, a couple of Great Blue Herons). Yesterday, en route to Council Point Park, it sure was blustery.  I saw Christmas decorations swaying with each gusty puff of air, and homeowner’s wind chimes … Continue reading

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Fun in the sun with my furry and feathered friends.

It’s a good thing it was beautiful and sunny yesterday, because it sure made up for this morning’s blustery and bone-chilling 18 degree-wind chill and very gray sky.  But all was not lost in today’s dull and dreary day, because … 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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Home Sweet Home.

Yesterday at this time, I was glad to be home, hunkered down in the house, fingers flying over the keyboard while the ping of freezing rain was hitting the windows.  It was an ugly and gray day, which began with … Continue reading

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Marsh Madness.

Of course, at first glance, you thought why is Linda writing about the college hoops frenzy known as “March Madness” … I sure do wish it was the month of March instead of just sliding into the tail end of … Continue reading

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Leaves leave me peeved sometimes.

On the last day of this four-day holiday weekend, I was outside scooping up wet and slimy leaves and pruning rosebushes.  I mumbled my apologies to the rosebushes about my tardiness in attending to them, blaming not myself, but Mother … Continue reading

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