The Week In Seven Photos

Some days I’m not sure what I know, but this week I definitely know how wonderful it was to enjoy a Starbucks white chocolate mocha once again. I’m not sure how I’ve lived all these years without knowing how much I like olive loaf and that it’s possible to learn new things while grocery shopping.…

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Birds And Books

It was backyard birdwatching this weekend with a Pelee Island Winery Pinot Noir and the rare red-winged blackbird visitor did stop by along with the blue jays, cardinals and mourning doves. It is becoming more difficult to photograph birds in the backyard as Harper is currently intent on making sure Baby Yoda and her have…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Harper is slowly taking control of the backyard and introducing herself to all our backyard visitors.  This week for the first time she scared a deer off into the woods and luckily she is on a long leash or she would have been right on her heels. I think having Baby Yoda as a new sidekick…

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The Week In Seven Photos

After three years of “The Week In Seven Photos” series, maybe it’s time to switch things up and create a weekly “Welcome To My Rant” series.  It was nice this week to not be the only one floating in the middle of the lake ranting about the state of the world or how crowded the…

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Monday Musings

With the easing of restrictions across the country coinciding with the holiday weekend, there was a sense on the news that many were on the move again.  There were lines for restaurants and bars, the campgrounds and beaches were full in many places and groups showed up at the park with their coolers and fishing…

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The Week In Seven Photos

You know you have been in the house too long when you’ve driven the dog to a breakdown and you find yourself walking through the house chanting to yourself “who you gonna call, Ghostbusters!”  I’m not exactly sure what has occurred over these last two weeks, although I believe it began when I had to…

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Monday Musings

Sitting on the dock and staring at the clouds with with so many rambling thoughts swirling around my head and realizing I’ve been sucked into an abyss of mass confusion instead of needed answers, it was time to slow down for a moment and see if there were answers to be found for at least…

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The Week In Seven Photos

“Houston, we have a problem.”  I’ve always dreaded the dog days of summer, but now I’m kinda looking at what has always been my second favorite month of the year as the twisted days of May. As I march out the door in the morning to experience another new situation during these twisted days, at…

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