Monday Musings – 50 Word Story

It’s been six months since the first confirmed COVID-19 cases in Michigan and after seeking remote places, some days the world sounds very loud when I leave the parks for a walk down Main Street or wake to the malfunctioning fire alarm blaring and the loudest howl you’ve ever heard.

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The Week In Seven Photos

Imagination and escape became a theme in my life this week as I was not in the mood for the current reality. “If you want to escape this reality all you have to do is open a book and your imagination.” (unknown) Photography and books are wonderful avenues of escape as the cares of the…

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Monday Musings

I’ve always loved the power of words and the ability of a writer to masterly compose a sentence that leaves you swimming in the depths of the powerful emotions they evoke. I don’t have any such sentences like that for you, but I do have a few words and phrases that have been bandied about.…

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The Week In Seven Photos

One of those weeks with nothing going on, the minutes slowly inching by and to make the days even longer I decided to tackle the family project of learning how to wipe old computers and remove and destroy hard drives.  I will spare you the rambling in-depth description of how someone who knows very little…

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Monday Musings

It was a weekend of Netflix & Chilll’d and the ice cream was as good as the episodes of Down To Earth With Zac Efron and The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes (click on shows for trailers). There was also plenty of baseball on the tv and while Harper so far does not appear to be a big baseball fan…

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The Week In Seven Photos

While wandering through my days this week, now permanently called “Someday, Noneday, Whoseday?, Whensday?, Blursday, Whyday?, Doesn’tmatterday” after reading an article in The New Yorker on the Lexicon For A Pandemic, I was reminded of my journey toward a simple lifestyle that began in the ’90s.  It would take another twenty years of making small and…

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The Week In Seven Photos

The month of July usually begins with me having the wonderful excuse to hide indoors from the heat watching the Tour de France and baseball, but as nothing is normal, I spent some time outdoors in the morning watching the blue jays have to air out their wings by 9:00 a.m. We’re still hoping to…

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