Monthly Archives: March 2014

Striding Through the Woods…What’s Ahead?

A solitary late evening stroll through quiet woods reveals the things you don’t get to think about that much. In the quiet moments, the sights, sounds and smells–so real; not so spoiled by the greedy careless touch. So many years … Continue reading

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All Alone, Together…or Not!

A get together with family yesterday reminded me of how quickly life can pass us by. We spend far too much time on busywork leaving slip the things that really cause us joy. The footprints that we leave upon this … Continue reading

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Nothing Like a Good Walk!

A daily walk has been a part of my life for as long as I can recall, whether it was school to  home for lunch, then back or evenings with OH, or maybe, once, a pub crawl. People like me … Continue reading

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What’s Your Rush B’y?

I imagine how he figured, “That show poke in the van must have nothing better to do. I’ll buzz right by him when I can.” So he tucked his truck in close behind stomping on horn then brake and gas … Continue reading

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Reprieve from the Wind

The cold wind–it rips right through several layers of clothing. The thing is to wear enough layers so that your own escaping warmth is slowed sufficiently to enable you to get done whatever is needed at the time, whether it … Continue reading

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