Monthly Archives: July 2018

Sky of Blue, Sea of Green

When I was in grade school, the end of the school year was often marked by the grades 1-8 getting into school buses and driving to the nearest theater. In ’69, the powers that be decided that the kids might … Continue reading

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Everyday is Caturday

  We have hit the cat days of summer. The cats spend a lot of time outside, only coming in when the afternoon sun gets too much. The front step is a popular spot for respite after hunting because it’s … Continue reading

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The Gardening Never Ends

We have been getting rain on a somewhat regular basis this summer for the first time in years. As a result, things grow. Like the caragana hedge that borders our driveway. This thing gave my dad fits back in the … Continue reading

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I’m Glaring at Your Red Rockets

The Fourth of July is always nerve-wracking for our dogs. Merry, the chihuahua, is tremulous by design. She is so frightened of thunderstorms that she reacts to changes in barometric pressure or a few raindrops. Pippin, a Corgi/Pomeranian cross, is … Continue reading

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