Turn to the Soft Side

I am torn, dear reader; I want to offer something constructive or useful, especially given how many folks are stuck at home and are bored. Yet here I sit as…

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The Balance of Boredom

Well, not a lot to report dear reader. My state has gone into mandatory “stay in your house”, except to go to the store, to work, or for medical needs.…

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Dig it

I made the comment earlier today that this “sheltering in place” makes me feel like retirement from retirement! We are not sheltered by mandate; it is out of an abundance…

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Ring Your Bell

More and more, day by day, the optimist in me is being proven wrong by this virus. I was wrong, it is a big deal and it is impacting life…

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Hope Blossoms

Well, another day into this viral-chaos, but better than several of the past. My three grandkids are over for the weekend and life suddenly fell back to a comfortable normalcy;…

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The Plan

It has been an interesting couple of days in the US, in the world, with regards to the COVID-19 virus. I actually have two or three posts sitting idle, all…

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The Song of the Woods

We got out for a hike today, it was a gorgeous 60-degree sunny day when we headed off, but as the clouds rolled in for the evening rains, the temps…

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Follow me….

I feel increasingly strongly, dear reader, that a growing number of people in the world are losing, or have lost, the ability to think independently. It seems that more and…

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Nothing to Sneeze At

I’ve been watching the world, and local, reaction to the latest coronavirus outbreak. It literally exploded in China, with latest reports placing greater than 77.000 affected and 2,600 dead -…

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