Monthly Archives: October 2012

Watching the Ball Roll

Good morning! I have a guest blogger joining us soon, Scott Williams, and he is an actual expert on the subject of grief. While I am an expert on my OWN grief, it will be entirely nice to explore what … Continue reading

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Snowbirds

Cold, blustery weather makes me want to be a snowbird. I haven’t figured out how to pack up my neighbors and loved ones and take them with me. We could all migrate like one giant flock of hummingbirds but then, … Continue reading

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First Frost

There it is, right there on the thermometer, permission to give the garden over to the squirrels. Yipee. I am always glad when the season is over (even though that means winter is coming). I even managed to get all … Continue reading

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Contagious

I went through a month of depression without knowing how or why I got into that state. The one thing I do know is how I got out of it. I very consciously made an effort to do several things … Continue reading

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