Monthly Archives: December 2010

Swam Like a Fish

…like a fish wearing a float belt.  It was an encouraging day in spite of the fact that I needed a float belt to do it.  Instructor Emily knows what to say and when.  There was another swimmer in the … Continue reading

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Home Alone

The Kids left this morning to go back to Louisville, KY.  Empty is the emptiest after it has been full for a while.  I understand even better why my Mother said that when any of her Kids and families left after … Continue reading

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Not Sure How to Feel

Christmas Day is almost over.  My feelings in these last couple of days have been all over the map.  I have nothing to say about how I feel and when.   There were times of deep nostalgia.  We took the Grandchildren to the … Continue reading

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Staredown with Huge Raccoon

I have never in my life seen a bigger Raccoon than this one.  Maybe the cold weather has produced a thicker coat making him look even bigger.  I was sitting here in the chair when I looked up and saw … Continue reading

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ER Doc Says Nothing Broken.

I really felt good this morning that I hiked again after a week long break to heal from the fall a horse last Wednesday.  Then came the session with Trainer Phil.  All was still on course for healing as I … Continue reading

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Back in the Saddle Again!

Yes, this time there was a saddle rather than a bare back on which to sit.  I drove out to Instructor Kira’s place and five of us went for a trail ride for about an hour.  Sophie was very reluctant … Continue reading

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More Risky Business

It is not only horseback riding, swimming, hiking, exercising and (as I mentioned in an earlier post) a sermon, that are sometimes risky business, so is singing in the choir.  At the dress rehearsal for tomorrow evening’s Choral Eucharist, in a dramatic … Continue reading

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