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Camera in hand


Hi,  I’m new and improved and getting even better ….. at photography, that is.  Last night was my first lesson in “Basic Digital Camera”.  I’m taking a short course offered by  Peggy deWitt, an awarding winning photographer, well-known in the … Continue reading

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That was sick


At times, occasionally, I miss having young people around.  I miss their buzz and hype.  With youth comes the ever-changing energy of pop culture.  They bring an awareness of what’s new and happening, what’s edgy, what everyone wearing  and listening to. I have had my … Continue reading

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Life is a Holiday


Sorry I have not been keeping up with my blog.  I have been busy living life like a holiday.  Warren says retirement is not a holiday.  I say “La la la la…… pass that wonderful cheese over this way, please … Continue reading

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In bubble wrap hell


It’s Mother’s Day. The weather is fabulous.    Poor me.  I’m indoors, buried in bubble wrap.  Warren and I are in Toronto  packing up our belongings and getting ready to move everything next week to West Lake.    We are fighting over … Continue reading

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Update on Warren’s garage


Today the workmen returned.  Fleets of trucks:  flat beds for the tractors, loaders, and diggers,  dump trucks and gravel slings.   They finally took away the old tree trunks.. The job today was to back fill  around the new foundation and … Continue reading

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A helping sign


Last week I had to go to Toronto for more medical tests.   I usually try not to worry about my health.   It doesn’t do any good to get worked up about something you have no control over.   For whatever reason, … Continue reading

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Clearing a new path through the woods


Unfortunately, the former owner of our property had let the meadow and woods grow wild with bramble and nettle.  About five weeks ago I paid an arborist to come with a “bush-hog” and create a new path through the woods.  With … Continue reading

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