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Autumn’s Tug

An almost perceivable shift of focus, gentle push from a cool breeze, a Lake Superior blue sky, a slowing quiet saying it’s time To turn south. The memory of autumn hues, scent and sound of earth moving towards hibernation etched upon my mind urging me to stay One more day.   Jamie Dedes posted her Wednesday Writing Prompt with the […]

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With a Little Help

Our middle child visited us in May. Our grandson and his family were also visiting and she wanted to meet his wife and her son, and their baby daughter. She wants to be involved with her nephews and nieces but now that she lives in Texas and the nephews are in their late 20’s with adult responsibilities they don’t get […]

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Not on the Interstate

  We avoid the interstate highways as often as possible, tooling down the state and U.S. two-lane highways at 55 miles per hour. Sometimes, when we can’t get there from here, we resort to narrower two-lane roads that we can’t find on the map. We tell ourselves that we are getting better gas mileage but the real reason we enjoy […]

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Happy Birthday, Canada

JB flies the Canadian flag a couple of times a year – on his father’s birthday and on Canada Day. Today is a very special day for our friends down the road and across the Ambassador Bridge because they are celebrating 150 years since the federation of their country. Bravo, Canada. We are proud of you – you have a […]

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