Favorites Of The Week

Sandhill Crane Babies…Red-Headed Woodpeckers…Pileated Woodpeckers…Wood Ducks…Laughter and Birdwatching On The Nature Trails With My Niece…These Precious Days by Ann Patchett…Cinco de Mayo Margarita…Stanley Cup Playoffs…Did I Mention The Adorable Crane Babies and Red-Headed Woodpeckers?!?!…

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The Week In Seven Photos

While the great blue herons are staying right on schedule with their spring routines, I on the other hand was so excited for the first sunrise kayaking of the season that I forgot how cold the water is in the spring and the all-important morning routine of bringing along a cup of coffee to warm…

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The Week In Seven Photos

After blogging for over seven years and recently finishing my first 365 days of blogging challenge, I’ve noticed that I may need to hire a ghost writer if Harper doesn’t start coming up with some new material. I knew I was in trouble once I started using winter and spring in many weekly titles. I’m…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Too bad introverts don’t hang out together more often because then I might have discovered prior to this week that there is a National Introverts Week. Thought I would share some of my favorite introvert moments from the week, beginning with a solitary great blue heron finding a lone branch within the very busy rookery.…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Don’t really know why when the temperature goes from zero to sixty in a few days that it isn’t as exciting as flooring it after a green light in a fast hot rod, but trust me it really isn’t. Started the week with a freezing mini snow storm that had Harper looking to the sky…

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Winter Mornings And Good Music

Energy Follows Thought – Willie Nelson

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The Week In Seven Photos

It was suppose to be a peaceful morning on the nature trails, but instead of those wonderful winter mornings of solitude just hanging out with the birds along the trails we were reminded that it’s that awful time in Michigan where everyone decides in March it’s time to leave their homes after a long winter…

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The Week In Seven Photos

With the changing seasons, shorter days and ongoing pandemic, I’ve been thinking about the topic of adjustment this week and, it’s official, my adjustment meter has broken! After what feels like a record-setting decade of adjustment, the broken adjustment meter has led to an effort to embrace a mindset of choosing to accept and let…

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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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The Week In Seven Photos

Yep, I’m one of those people that could be called an interrupter or someone who just in the excitement of the moment loves joining your conversation. Occasionally you meet someone who doesn’t appreciate this charming quality, but I’ve never quite understood that automatic look of irritation or immediate righteous indignation that can occur when I…

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