Monthly Archives: December 2010

White Christmas

There’s one thing for sure: we will have a White Christmas. The snow on the trees is beautiful; the afternoon light is beautiful. It’s quiet and peaceful on the trails. This is a winter wonderland, all right here in my … Continue reading

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Long Days of Winter

The nights are long, the days are short. Nine days until the solstice, the shortest day of the year. We have about 4.5-5 hours of daylight right now. On work days, I get to work before dawn cracks (even though … Continue reading

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Time Out For Jen

When you were a little kid, did you ever get a Time Out? Say you did something mean to a classmate. Your teacher made you take a Time Out in the hallway to separate you from the situation and (hopefully) … Continue reading

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Getting Old(er)

I have a friend, a childhood classmate, who was recently mentioning that she’s got grey hairs popping out all over and vision that is going down hill. And then she kindly reminds me that I’ll always be older than her. … Continue reading

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Influences

The title is a bit vague. This might be an on-going topic I address over and over. Oh well. This week, I’ve been watching the Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan The National Parks: America‚Äôs Best Idea PBS series that came … Continue reading

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