Category Archives: Seasonal Transition

Baby, it’s cold outside

The weather is cold, so cold that I did not even look at the thermometer. I went outside with Stewart and neither he nor I decided to pay any attention to it. This is the Midwest after all is said … Continue reading

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The first snow of the 2018 fall/winter season

They have been promising snow for days. I always take that with a grain of salt as I have an inherent distrust of meteorology and the meteorologists who deliver their craft via the media. I totally understand the science of … Continue reading

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Saturday at the Botanic Garden

I found out that we were having our two regular charges (that we have twice a week) on Saturday. Their mom was presenting at the ICTFL Conference (The Illinois Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages). Their dad was going … Continue reading

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Winter, it is!

It is cold. It is winter. Okay, maybe not technically winter, but it sure feels like it. A cold front came through with winds as high as sixty some miles per hour and brought with it the cold weather. Walking … Continue reading

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Fall is in full force

Fall is in full force today. The temps are on the cool side, in the fifties, the sun is shining, the sky is blue, and the leaves are pretty much all green. No Global Warming the supposed government says, perhaps … Continue reading

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