Our winter wonderland

Monday, 23 November 2020 Happy birthday Uncle Joe! When I went to bed last night, the snow had already accumulated on the ground, giving the darkness a boost of light. Like a giddy school-aged child I was eager to wake up to a carpet of whiteness, and I wasn’t disappointed! It was beautiful. It was…

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Mid-week slump once again healed by nature

Wednesday, 18 November 2020 A bleary-eyed start to the morning, just going through the motions…feed the cats, start the kettle, feed the birds, take morning photo, sign-in to work… Throughout the day, I kept an eye on the feeders and would take a few minutes to watch the birds coming and going. There is something…

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Lazy, rainy Sunday’s are…

Sunday, 15 November 2020 I was up at the crack of dawn – well, I was up at 7 am…close enough when you consider golden hour begins at 6:30 ish. Once the cats and birds were fed, I had all this time on my hands and was full of energy. One reason I love mornings…a…

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At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.

Wednesday, 11 November 2020 William (Bill) QuinnMy great-uncle Bill was a sapper with the RCE during WWII. Bill survived the war but was haunted by his experience every waking moment. Eventually it was too much for him and he ended his life in 1966. George RobinsonMy first cousin once removed, George, was an A/Sgt with…

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