Tag Archives: seagulls

Pondering while wandering …

Over the years my mom was full of wit and wisdom and I’ve often written about her “momisms” as I called them. She began these little preachings and teachings when I was just a young girl. Many of her wise … Continue reading

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Shiver on the River #Wordless Wednesday #Hey Mum: My bum and toes are cold!

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

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A Winter’s day …

… In a deep and dark December. I am alone Gazing from my window To the streets below On a freshly fallen silent shroud of snow. [“I am a Rock” by Paul Simon] Before starting this post, I looked back … Continue reading

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On the waterfront.

Before going to the vintage vehicle event, my early Saturday morning was spent strolling along the water’s edge.  Surprisingly, there was not much action at Bishop Park, likely because it was so hazy when I first arrived. The walkers and … Continue reading

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Take thee to the seashore to cool off.

After pounding the hot pavement along Fort Street, with occasional interludes under the shady tree at the “Ponies in the Park” event yesterday, I decided it was time to enjoy a nature jaunt again.  The car needed to be taken … Continue reading

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The Early Bird Catches the Worm.

Saturday began with a soggy start and the entire day was nothing special weather-wise.  I just walked in the ‘hood and decided not to write a post about it. But today was a different story.  There’s nothing like bright sunshine … Continue reading

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I’m feelin’ lucky today …

… or maybe I should say “I’m feelin’ ducky” because I had my ducks in a row … … when I hightailed it to Heritage Park in Taylor for my walk this morning.  This is a beautiful park about six … Continue reading

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