Archive for January 2020

The Fabric of our Lives

Okay. Boy did I ever open a can of worms in my Planet Health research this past week. Here goes. I was looking up the recycling record of Target, a store I frequent and take plastic bags to for recycling. I wanted to be sure they actually get recycled. Anyway, I came upon some information…

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New Fangled

With all my grandkids close, I decided I better take this quiet moment to write. I almost picked up the phone to call a friend, but I know the tranquility will evaporate, and be hard to find for the next few days. I got a picture of all five of them together, which is beyond…

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Friends

Nice walk in the sunshine! Woohoo! Even if it isn’t as warm as I would like, the sun makes all the difference. I feel warm and it gives me high hopes for spring. My neighbor and I walked and talked about fruit trees and garden beds. Time to plan! I’ve figured out where a couple…

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New Novel

Lately, I’ve come to this place of not wanting to take on anything that might subject me to stress. I’m thinking of it as a recovery stage, but it’s probably just a matter of becoming a wimp. Fortunately, I have good friends and family to talk it through with, and I have time, the precious…

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Wearing Out

Well, well, well. I was on the floor, doing my stretches, and I put both hands down to scoot slightly. Blam! Hurt my ribs again – only this time they really hurt.  I wasn’t doing anything that should have aggravated them either. I seem to go from one area being hurt to another. I’m not…

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“Kind”

Australia’s wildfires continue. The threats between the US and North Korea, and the tits for tats with Iran continue. In the meantime, I think we carry on, one day at a time. I’m hoping for us to be the best humans we can be, caring for our planet and each other. I don’t know what…

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Icy

What happened? I must now be living in the midwest where the snow never goes away. In Colorado, where I used to live, it would snow and within a day or two the sun came out and the snow went away. Not so here. This place looks familiar, except for the grey, dreary sky, void…

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