Monthly Archives: September 2012

Things in Threes

It seems as if I am frantic to get in enough hiking before winter. I don’t know why since I enjoy snow-shoeing so much. I went to the mountains this week to see the colors and check out a new … Continue reading

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Around the World and Here at Home

I believe the hummingbirds have headed south. Though it is part of the normal cycle, I an sad to see them go. On a bright note though, my son called from half way around the world and he is okay, … Continue reading

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Pass It On

In the cooling weather, the gophers have picked up the pace. Every morning brings a new mound, new tunnels and more frustration. Castor oil pellets are effective in moving them out of small areas but I am tired of spending … Continue reading

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Focus on Balance and Purpose

Good morning Monday! The “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” was a wonderful event with beautiful, fall weather and fun people walking for a good cause. We raised $851.00, far exceeding our goal this year, so you know what that means. Next … Continue reading

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Our Words and The Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Has anyone out there ever gotten to talk enough about themselves or their situation? Have you ever run out of things to say? Is there an issue you care about that you have said enough about? Affirmation. We all crave … Continue reading

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Early or Late

Depending on how you want to view this, today’s blog is one day early or two days late. I didn’t blog on the holiday and I will be unavailable to blog next Monday also, so this week I am doing … Continue reading

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