Today’s Musings

Summer floated in this week while chasing a bluebird at the park and enjoying the spring flowers. Amidst life’s swirling confusion, more close encounters with dog walkers on the paths that cause both of us to panic and watching our state be designated as the newest COVID-19 epicenter on the national news, there was time…

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Book of the Week – Between Two Kingdoms

“A searing, deeply moving memoir of illness and recovery that traces one young woman’s journey from diagnosis to remission and, ultimately, a road trip of healing and self-discovery.” Between Two Kingdoms by Suleika Jaouad Suleika Jaouad’s Journey “Between Two Kingdoms” – CBS Sunday Morning Interview “When the body betrays you again and again, it obliterates…

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Thursday Tidbits

Harper decided she wasn’t interested in the “Dry January” idea and she’s not sharing…Almost forgot what sunshine looked like until we actually had a few hours of blue skies last weekend…Binge-watch of the week was the wonderful Netflix documentary series Pretend It’s A City with Martin Scorsese and Fran Lebowitz…Busy NHL GameCenter season with 116 straight…

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Thursday Tidbits

Enjoyed my first book of the year, The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman, and after thinking about which favorite British actors could be cast as the lead characters, I discovered that Steven Spielberg’s production company has bought the rights to the book…As the NFL playoffs begin I’m hoping that it will be the Green Bay Packers…

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The Week In Seven Photos – 50 Word Story

Dear Santa, my name is Harper and, no matter what anyone else tells you, I have been very good this year. All I want for Christmas is a few early Christmas presents, endless walks, my favorite snacks and for you to take Baby Yoda as a gift when you leave.

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Tuesday Tunes – It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

Dean Martin

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Monday Musings – Six Word Story

Books and blankets soften snowy days.

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The Week In Seven Photos

I’ve developed a mental mood checklist over the course of this year and as someone who likes to enjoy their morning coffee without questions, even if they’re my own, I’m about ready to tear up the list.  How’s the energy level?  If we’re using Harper as a gauge, she appears a little too peppy for me.…

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