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Day 91; Footnotes of Feeling Cold

Mother Nature thinks she’s funny.  “Hey, its Spring, April Fools.” I have been cold all day. I’m even dressed in layers. Thermal shirt, sweat shirt and zip up hoodie as well and my jeans and thermal socks.  Its supposed to … Continue reading

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Day 75; Footnotes of Normal Stuff

 I thought that I was through with building  fires in the wood stove for the season, but I was wrong. Today was a wet, rainy, miserable, cool day that created a damp feeling in the house. Trying to combat that … Continue reading

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Day Thirteen; Footnotes of ‘HA! I did it!”

 I did it all right, but I am so paying for what I did. The weather prognosticators have been passing out warnings that a Polar Vortex was coming. It would be the coldest temperatures we had seen so far this … Continue reading

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November Third, Thankful for Color

I’m going to step away from what is happening at this very minute, meaning the election, and stay on the thankful list. I know I will write on the election later. The question actually is, what color, singular, are you … Continue reading

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October Seventh in the year 2020

Good morning all, for morning it is here. From time to time, I remember that these words are being placed on page to be read in so many different times that are yet the same. The international date line creating … Continue reading

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