Favorites Of The Week

Walking by frozen lakes and lovely winter trees…Wasted Days by John Mellencamp (feat. Bruce Springsteen)…Farewell, Ok by Elvis Costello & The Imposters…Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills…Archive 81 on Netflix…Backyard visitors…Harry Kane’s 250th club goal…News that my favorite book so far of the year, Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz, is a new tv series coming…

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Favorites Of The Week

Taking hundreds of photos of the visiting cedar waxwings on a berry binge…Deer family daily visits…Standing guard and protecting Harper on her leash during early morning potty patrol as two foxes dart through the yard and never head in our direction…Grand Traverse Select Semidry Riesling…Snacks and beverages ready for the NFL Super Wild Card Weekend…Favorite…

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The Week In Seven Photos

There were moments this week where I was walking around in a fog both literally and figuratively. Pausing for a moment to ponder the reasons, all I could determine was that my DNA was recently altered due to the holiday sugar cookies and hot cocoa bombs or the never-ending omicron news has blown my mind.…

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The Week In Seven Photos

I don’t know about you, but I just love when it snows in November and December. The beautiful holiday decorations look wonderful surrounded by snow and I have extra time to quietly ponder life while shoveling. We only had five inches of snow so the thoughts weren’t very deep, but has anyone else noticed that…

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The Week In Seven Photos

I’ve had fun sharing a little (maybe a little too much?!?!) Halloween spirit over the last few weeks, but Harper is more than ready to ride off into November. Just so you know, it’s not all hocus pocus spending time throughout the month, in your favorite chair, scaring yourself watching horror movie marathons as studies…

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At This Point My Blood Type Is Pumpkin Spice

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One Of The Rewards For Standing Out In The Rain With Harper

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The Week In Seven Photos

As the days whiz by leaving one at a momentary loss trying to remember what day or month is upon us, it’s necessary some days to check nature’s calendar to verify that we’re actually in the middle of September. Caramel apples and cider are a surefire sign it’s September along with the squirrels stockpiling their…

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Monday Musings

Even though peak fall colors in our area are estimated to be after October 19, I told Harper we should go out for a walk and see what we could discover. Harper is always very excited when she hears the word walk, but that enthusiasm fades rapidly as she would actually prefer to stay home…

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Recent Items Of Interest

Flowers And Bees…Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte…Fall Fashion Magazines…Vivo…Power…Truth Be Told…ESPN College GameDay Returns Tomorrow…Very Tired Of Hearing The Weatherman Say “The Muggies”…About A Million Michigan Households Lost Power In August…My Streaming Apps Addiction Continues – Paramount+ Is The New Home Of Top Flight Italian Football…Harry Kane Stays At Tottenham…Bryce Harper And The Phillies Need A…

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