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The Week Flu By
Saturday, November 20, 2010      13 comments

Despite having faithfully bared my arm for a flu shot at the very first opportunity, last Saturday's long-awaited visit with my sister was accompanied by sniffles and sneezes for both of us. Which developed over the past week into aches, sore ... Read more
Depodging Progress:PGX
Saturday, November 06, 2010      8 comments

Clothes are feeling a little more easy through the waist band: I had on my size eight pure wool (no stretch) black and white check pants this week with comfort all day long. There are still a couple items in the wardrobe that I know won't work ... Read more
Feeling a Little Podgy
Friday, October 29, 2010      10 comments

Adopting WALKINGANNIE's approach to weight loss maintenance, I've been avoiding the scales and judging my maintenance by how my clothes fit . . . And, I decided a couple days ago that things were getting a little snug! Snug, despite w... Read more
Nutty About Nut Butters!
Wednesday, October 20, 2010      16 comments

I loved Coach Nicole's recent blog on homemade nut butters; here's the link if you want to take a look for yourself: http://www.dailyspark.com/bl
og.asp?post=going_nuts_for
_flavored_nut_butters Peanut butter is one of my all tim... Read more
Ooey Gooey BBQ Ribs
Saturday, October 16, 2010      6 comments

Went for a walk in the woods (with Charlie, crunching through the leaves) and then out for smokehouse BBQ tonight with my husband and son (Charlie not allowed) to a new restaurant in town -- which is the best BBQ I've tasted since last fall's tr... Read more
Five Fat Turkeys Are We
Monday, October 11, 2010      6 comments

Five fat turkeys are we We slept all night in a tree When the cook came around We couldn't be found That's why we're here you see! Yesterday while golfing in glorious October sunshine, I saw five fat wild turkeys sauntering across t... Read more
Get Out of Jail Free Card
Friday, October 08, 2010      9 comments

It was an exceptionally beautiful day, sunny, morning glory blue sky, and nothing too too pressing in the calendar at work: so, I gave myself the day off. (I have an occasionally indulgent boss: me.) Went to the gym first for a thorou... Read more
Leaf-Peeping Geezerdom: Official Members
Sunday, October 03, 2010      8 comments

As a teenager and a young adult, I used to laugh at my parents going out to see the brilliant fall leaves, and in particular mocked ungently their ecstatic rhapsodizing on their ... Read more
Squirrels driving me squirrelly . . .
Sunday, September 26, 2010      13 comments

Our old house is surrounded by big old chestnut and walnut trees, and backs onto a small forest of red pines. So, not suprisingly, we also have a large population of grey, black and red squirrels who apparently consider our attic to be the opt... Read more
Have to acknowledge: apparently can't run . . .
Saturday, September 18, 2010      8 comments

I've come to the reluctant conclusion that at this point I apparently cannot run. It was so much fun experimenting with the podrunner interval programme plus the POSE technique: and I took huge pleasure in resuming running at the gym last ... Read more
The Gentian's Bluest Fringes
Sunday, September 12, 2010      7 comments

When I was in about grade six, our itinerant music teacher Miss Guymer started off the school year by teaching us a new song for September. Here are some of the words: The gentian's bluest fringes Are curling in the sun; In dus... Read more
They call it Labour Day because . . .
Sunday, September 05, 2010      9 comments

yup, have a lot of work that I've got to get done. The usual laundry/groceries stuff, some dog grooming, a little attention to the garden -- but mostly "work work". And today I whomped my way through a big whack of that. With anothe... Read more
Tomorrow's Lunch Salads
Sunday, August 29, 2010      11 comments

. . . all made, sitting in the fridge ready to go to work with me. And it includes: spinach, avocado, green beans, shelled fresh peas, radishes, carrots, red pepper, sliced brussels sprouts, large shrimp. I'll add lemon poppy seed dressi... Read more
Journey of Life: Five Travel Tips
Sunday, August 22, 2010      11 comments

There's a fun article in the Saturday edition of the National Post about a recent travel writers' conference put on the by the Cuba Tourism Board . . . with a rebellious travel writer who decided pretty much not to participate in the programme l... Read more
Point Pelee: Canada's Sanibel
Friday, August 13, 2010      9 comments

We took a little break last weekend to travel to the southernmost part of Canada, Point Pelee. This is a peninsula jutting into lake Erie which extends below the 42nd parallel -- more southerly than Rome or Barcelona. As a bird and butter... Read more

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