Heat Pump Heating: Thoughts and Observations

Another sparkly, cold, brittle, blue, sunny day! I had a sleepless night last night. Every so often I would rise from my bed, pad barefoot to the living room, to lift the curtain to gaze at the bright stars above. They seemed so bright, mesmerizing, reassuring. I am a transient form of stardust. Ginger silently… Continue reading Heat Pump Heating: Thoughts and Observations

Inexplicable

Lately I’ve been feeling age in my bones, from the outside in. I massage my hand, and I wonder at the bones beneath the skin. How have I not noticed the structure of my hands until yesterday. It is inexplicable. Aging is inexplicable. So far we have had a good winter. The weather has been… Continue reading Inexplicable

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Oasis

Attila and I love our home, and I think Ginger does too. It is here that we are able to be loved and respected for our true selves, without fear of violence, criticism, interference, manipulation, judgements, and any unreasonable expectations and demands from others. I lived many decades in a home without these cherished characteristics,… Continue reading Oasis

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Happy New Year!

2022 was challenging for us, but ultimately kind. The surgery, and illness I suffered from for the first six months of the year, resolved. My aneurysm was discovered, giving me a much better chance of survival. Attila and I had mild cases of Covid in October. My Mom, 91, had Covid twice, the first time… Continue reading Happy New Year!

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Christmas Came Early

Yesterday there was a card in the mail, a Christmas Card from my Mom. Every year she sends a card, with what she calls “a little something” in it, Christmas money that makes our Christmas celebrations all the more merry. I love the cards, and seeing my Mom’s beautiful handwriting. Mom’s second bout of Covid… Continue reading Christmas Came Early

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