Category Archives: Confinement

The pond, painting, Sunday…

It is one beautiful Sunday. When I went out, I was very much deceived as the weather was way warmer than expected. Forty-five degrees is pretty cool, it was forty when I got up, but the lack of wind and … Continue reading

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On being vaccinated

The question of the day, « Are you vaccinated? » Important, yes, for so many reasons. Once again, however, the value of a question like this is not only kind of crazy, but also not one that will necessarily elicit the response … Continue reading

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Hijacking a plan and kidnapping a journalist

Yes, life does continue to do its spiral into intense craziness. No, I think sanity is a thing of the past, of another era. Granted, the social media aspect of our lives and the speed with which things not only … Continue reading

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Lilacs, lindens, and Sweet Mandy B’s

Yesterday was the best fragrance day of the spring as far as I am concerned. I took a different walk with Stewart and although I don’t think that the fragrance issue was due to the different walk, it was the … Continue reading

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ESL Conversation Hour, improved by the Pandemic

I am proud of myself. I am happy that I have taken something like an ESL Conversation hour and made it into something special. One of the Pandemic benefits was that we were forced to not meet in a face … Continue reading

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