Friday Musings

The secret to a well balanced life is enjoying beautiful flowers while walking in the rain followed by savoring a cup of coffee in one hand and a strawberry shortcake truffle in the other.

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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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Curious Wine Reviews

Cupcake Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc What Stopped Me In My Tracks In The Wine Aisle – Any sign of a cupcake has that kind of power over me. What Attracted Me To The Label/Bottle – Lovely design and currently fascinated with cans of wine. What I Loved About The Wine Description – “Pairs well with sunshine,…

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If April Showers Bring May Flowers, What Do April Snowstorms Bring?

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Today’s Musings

There’s plenty to keep an eye on or squawk about in the state of Michigan as it leads the US with the highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita and that both the University of Michigan and Michigan State University somehow managed to lose to UCLA in the March Madness tournament. It’s that time of…

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The Week In Seven Photos

With sunshine and temps in the 60s this week we were busy looking at the trees and flower beds for signs of spring, but it takes a little longer in these northern woods for some signs of spring to arrive. Finally seeing thin layers of ice and water along the shore while hoping the turkeys…

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Flowers and Movies

Sunshine and temperatures in the upper forties this week had me thinking about flowers and the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards airing this Sunday evening has me thinking about movies.  As always, I’m behind on watching the first batch of nominees as we lead up to the Oscars in April.  Many more movies to watch,…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Harper and I have been wandering alone through these frigid winter days equally fascinated by any footprints or animal prints we come across as proof that we’re not all alone and the rare sighting is not a mirage. Mr. Cardinal has had a different issue lately wishing for a little alone time with Ms. Cardinal…

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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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If 2020 Was A Math Problem…

“If you’re going down a river at 2 mph and your canoe loses a wheel, how much pancake mix would you need to reshingle your roof?”

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