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One, Two … Put on Your Shoe (or sock?)!

Confession. For most of my life, I’ve tried to do the right thing. I feel inside that I’ve got a rebellious streak, one that keeps me free from conforming to what is expected of me. But, in reality, I follow most rules. I call my mom regularly, brush my teeth before going to bed, walk on a green and when driving, always use my signal. Thursday morning last week, I’d

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Selfie

And don’t think the garden loses its ecstasy in winter.  It’s quiet, but the roots are down there riotous. ~ Rumi   I’ve not participated in  Weekly Photo Challenges before this one, but I thought I’d stretch a little.  I’m typically very Selfie challenged, but I called on my friendly neighbourhood trees to give me a hand (and a place to hide) . I’m tired of winter.  The cold is

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You are hard to see in the dark.

(AKA How to be safe (safer) walking to work, school, transit, on dark winter mornings ) You are hard to see in the dark. A hint of winter blasted the city of Calgary this week, bringing with it the challenges of winter (snow) driving and walking. Here then, is my contribution to your safety and survival as pedestrian this winter: Mornings are dark. Most common winter coat colour is black.

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