Wordless Wednesday

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The Week In Seven Photos

Harper and I are still on our path of optimism, but after so many years living on the other side of the fence we’re a little hesitant about this new direction and following these footprints.   After a migraine this week, I’m wondering if too much optimism along with actually having snow during winter may…

Monday Musings

How many times have you started a new year planning on staying in your peaceful lane and then the world immediately squares off against you with its attitude? Before you know it, you feel like you’re banging your head against a brick wall and then strangers are cursing at you because you’re trying to float…

The Week In Seven Photos

Harper and I were in a reflective mood one morning this week as we looked back at a year that flew by too fast and she promised that we would move at a slower pace in the new year. We will spend more days slowly meandering by the river and not getting lost in the…

Ageless Or Aging Musings #6

I’ve always loved the ending to Robert Frost’s poem The Road Not Taken. Two roads diverged in a wood, and I– I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.  Somehow in my fifties I find myself pausing longer at the two roads and a bench under a beautiful tree…

Sometimes Life Requires A U-Turn

Don’t ever rule out the option of a U-turn in your life, because one day you will need it!  The moment you realize that you are going to the wrong direction, turn to the right direction instantly, with a beautiful U-turn! Mehmet Murat ildan

Advice From A River

Go With The Flow Immerse Yourself In Nature Slow Down And Meander Go Around Obstacles Be Thoughtful Of Those Downstream Stay Current The Beauty Is In The Journey unknown

Advice From A Squirrel

Look Both Ways Before You Cross The Road Store Up For Bad Times Spend Time In The Woods Go Out On A Limb It’s OK To Be A Little Nuts unknown


You can someday yourself right out of a life. A Million Little Things