Category Archives: Seasonal Transition

Set up, finally, but snow is looming

We had three whole hours of ‘summer’ on Thursday before the winter set back in. The thermometer read seventy-five, which I almost did not believe but I did have to put on a pair of shorts, so hot it was … Continue reading

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Chomping at the bit

This season, I am chomping at the bit. I so want to be able to go outside and do something to prepare my yard and my ‘outdoor room’ for the coming summer. This year, doing so is certainly not happening … Continue reading

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Spring, we need you!

I am tired of writing about the weather. I am sitting, writing, and wondering why the view of the out of doors is so startling beautiful. I am also wondering why it is so cold. I am avoiding the inevitable, … Continue reading

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The Winter tease

I asked Alexa what the temperature outside was. I find that very handy as invariably, I am in the middle of something when I need to know. Stewie and I went out in the twenty-nine degree weather. It wasn’t as … Continue reading

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Snow and Ice and frigid temps!

The pond is frozen and the warmer is maintaining a hole in the ice, a necessity to keeping the fish alive. The walk with the dog was crisp and a bit icy, at least in looks. Yesterday’s snow has not … Continue reading

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