And then there were two…

We took a run out to the Camp yesterday, it was such lovely weather. It hasn’t been hot though, and although our wild strawberries are turning red, they were not yet sweet. So far all the leaves are still on the trees, the Gypsy Moths have not devoured the forest yet this year, and we… Continue reading And then there were two…

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All Day Rain… again.

On Monday I saw a red fox. He or she was a beautiful specimen, shiny red coat, perky trotting, head up. They were coming across our yard and heading for the bush across the neighbour’s yard. It has been years since I’ve spotted a fox here! Yesterday what I believe to be Northern Flickers flew… Continue reading All Day Rain… again.

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Relief

I found myself at first numb, then after a few hours there were some tears of relief. At my insistence, which was not welcome, a referral was sent to a surgeon of my choosing. I only found out because, after weeks, I followed up the request for the referral with a telephone call to the… Continue reading Relief

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Those Pesky Wabbits!

Good grief! I just realized how fortunate I am. I am sitting here in my easy chair, looking out through the window at the blue sky and the gently waving branches of the evergreen tree in the front yard. And what pressing matter occupies my mind? Shall I put on socks and shoes, or just… Continue reading Those Pesky Wabbits!

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Disruption

After two years and three months of almost total isolation, a trip to the grocery store would have seemed life changing. That is how I imagined emerging from this long period of contemplation, loneliness, and peace. Change is seldom what you imagine it to be, and the change going on in my world just now… Continue reading Disruption

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