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Sadness In The Yard

You know, I’ve spent a lot of time talking about my Wild Kingdom.  My love for the wild birds started sometime ago.  Actually, as I reflect back, this feeding habit started after my husband died in 2009.  He wouldn’t have liked the mess that all these birds can cause, mostly sweeping up seeds and peanut…

My Medicare Reunion

This past week was the build up to about a year and half worth of planning for a special high school reunion.  What made it so unique was the occasion.  This was not one of those reunions that meet every 5 years, although we do…This was a follow up reunion from the 45th just 2…

Born To Talk…How May I Help You?

I feel that customer service is a key element to any business. Honestly, just treating people the way you would want to be treated, seems like a no brainer to me.  The problem becomes, when we all have different standards of excellence. I am at the final stage of processing my Medicare Enrollment.  This may…

Time Passages

Well I’m not the kind to live in the past The years run too short and the days too fast  I love that song, by Al Stewart from 1978.  If you haven’t heard it lately, check it out! What prompted the thought about time was just how many minutes there are in a week. Have…

And…Cue Music

I was thinking about my life and the ever changing landscape between my travels and my home time. What appears to be ever present is my camera.  But, when I’m in my car, it’s the music that moves me, no pun intended. I don’t know about you, perhaps you use your drive time to enjoy…

Now What?

Is it true? No more travel plans in June? What’s a suitcase to do?  Well, one thing for sure, while I may not be sitting on an airplane for a few hours, it hasn’t stopped my mouth from moving! This blog has been a six month odyssey. Using my dictionary, (which has been epic), in…

Afternoon Delight

The afternoons bring much joy when you get outside and explore the natural beauty.  One of the many benefits of travel is to appreciate the surroundings by taking in the five senses of seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and feeling. Sometimes I like to contrast the west and east coast. As an example; the cow I saw at…

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