THIS page has a listing of all my blog posts, starting with the most recent. I briefly took a steep departure from my usual blog topics because I needed a place to continue working with the Nose Work Practice group I’ve run (in person) for the past five years – and this seemed to be the most practical way to reach them!
So, I spent a week or so posting our on-going “Practice-At-Home” nose work training updates, exercises and tips here. Fortunately, it didn’t take as long as I expected to migrate everyone over to a dedicated Facebook group page, so I went back to normal blogging again. Yay! The rest of you hopefully enjoyed watching a small sampling of what I do to supplement our retirement income in the real world.
To check out my “side pages”, for more in-depth info about my hobbies and the dogs I share my life with, click on the MENU at the top of the page. Enjoy!
OK, I’ve come to the conclusion one can only stare at a bird-feeder for just so long before going bonkers. Rhonda agrees. Chickadees are simply too small to consider proper prey – and besides, Mom won’t let her out on the upper deck to chase them. This past week, along with bird-watching; I’ve made aContinue reading “Trick or Treat? BOTH!”
Running errands this past year has taken on a much different rhythm. I really need to get more walking in, and I intend to, but for now it seems I just drive from place to place – and wait. I started out my day early and achy, bothered by the wind and the massive weatherContinue reading “Being Grateful for Birds”
I feel like an airplane pilot, denied permission to land after a long flight. Being forced to circle the airport endlessly, not knowing when I might be allowed to complete my flight and come to a rolling stop. I find I suddenly want the flight to be over. I want off this dang plane. IContinue reading “In a Holding Pattern”
My cheerful little holiday-themed bird feeder took a bit of a hit from Mother Nature last night. There was quite a breeze all day yesterday, but my ornaments seemed to be holding their own through it, dancing and waving merrily. I’ll admit, I really enjoy watching the birds dart in and out, oblivious to theContinue reading “Mother Nature Strikes Again”
Winter Solstice always brings with it conflicting feelings. It’s the shortest “day” of the year … a bit of a misnomer since we have the same 24 hours as any other day to fumble through, but minimal day-LIGHT to assist us along our way. Here in my little corner of dark, snowy Alaska, the sunContinue reading “Conflicting Feelings”
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