Category Archives: Thoughts and philosophy

Day 22: Great Horned Owls, new bikes, and getting some fresh air

The sun is shining and it is around fifty degrees, although frankly, on our walk with Stewart and Lincoln AKA Rincon, it felt much colder. We walked about a mile and a half through Deerfield neighborhoods. I am hoping to … Continue reading

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Day 21 of confinement

We got up around 8:00 AM and commenced our day. Unfortunately, the weather has chilled and despite the fact that the meteorolgists believe we shall soon have a day in the seventies, it was thirty-seven degrees. The forsythia is just … Continue reading

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Day 20 of the Confinement

It was hitting 60 degrees yesterday and although cold in the morning because of the lack of sun coming through the thick clouds, I went from my wearing a wool hat and jacket in the beginning to jeans and t-shirt … Continue reading

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Days 19 and 20 of CV Confinement

Yesterday was a tough day despite the sunny weather and what seemed to be the beginning of spring. It all seemed so unreal as the beauty of spring was approaching and yet we are still all confined and restricted by … Continue reading

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Day 19 of Confinement, are we crazy yet?

It is a beautiful, sunny day, this 19th day of our confinement. The weather was such that I questioned the warmth of the day as I went outside with my two granddaughters to walk the dogs. I ended up removing … Continue reading

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