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Baby boom at Council Point Park.

There are a few things you can count on every Spring … the appearance of allergies, dandelions and those pesky elm and maple seeds that land in your mulch and sprout into a gazillion tiny weeds in a day or … Continue reading

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The Sass Menagerie.

On the heels of the robin debacle yesterday, I sure wasn’t looking forward to seeing what progress my fractious feathered friend(s) made in the past 24 hours, so I procrastinated going to the front door this morning. As has been … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

Easter Sunday is almost here, though it’s hard to imagine little kids crawling around on the soggy ground searching for eggs or candy treasures in their Sunday finest.  It is still very chilly and rainy here in Southeast Michigan, but, … Continue reading

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Tuesday Musings.

We’ve all heard the expression “the early bird catches the worm” and those are wise words to live by. Most of the time anyway. This morning I awoke at 3:00 a.m. to the pitter patter of rain on the patio … Continue reading

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Bye Bye Birdie(s).

It is time to bid the robin babies at Council Point Park a fond adieu. This last month I’ve had a flurry of blog posts about babies – robins, goslings and even ducklings.  The last group of robin chicks I’ve … Continue reading

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Feathers and Fisticuffs.

After the over-long, cold and snowy Winter and chilly Spring, I know I did state on the record that I would not complain about any Summer heat wave.  Alas, I have broken that promise several times over. The weather the … Continue reading

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Empty Nesters.

As you know, when the kids finally leave home and are out on their own, their parents are often referred to as “empty nesters” and an empty nest is exactly what I found at the home where I’ve been monitoring … Continue reading

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