Monthly Archives: May 2013

TAKING OUT THE TRASH

The prairie wind is blowing again.  It blows and blows, the kind that makes you feel weary.  It is the kind that gives me a headache and the shivers, as if someone is going to walk over my grave soon.  … Continue reading

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THE WOBBLES OF LIFE

The karaganas are blooming in the park.  I wish that I had a camera but I do not so I just enjoy their beauty and fragrance and store the moment in my memory.  I will capture their digital essence another … Continue reading

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VENTURING OUT….on my tipping toes

It has finally rained.  I am hoping the rain will ease my unease.  But I am still venturing out, stepping out even if it’s on my tipping toes…tentatively at first.  I will be more bold when I land and not … Continue reading

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PROJECTS, COMMITMENT, PASSION

Today is probably one of those windy days that W.O Mitchell talks about in Who Has Seen the Wind.  It has been constant since early this morning.  The wind blows and blows, whooshing through the branches of the trees.  It … Continue reading

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CONTEMPLATION

Sheba and I are spending time alone today.  She is cuddled up with her toys and I am sitting before my keyboard, tapping out my thoughts and feelings. It has been a good day.  I am not only reading self-help … Continue reading

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MY BIG PUSH OFF

This morning I set my priority to practice my cycling.  From a class last week I had learned that it is in the push off.  Push and glide.  Push and glide.  The momentum keeps me upright.  I don’t fall.  I … Continue reading

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Grief, Grind, and Glory of Work

A picture is worth a thousand words. Love Steve McCurry’s pictures.

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