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After a busy week, Saturday was quiet.

Yep, sometimes we need to slow down and smell the sunshine.  My body told me so.  I had a moderate refreshment at dinner last night, of course, a beautiful bonfire in the back yard, and then, after some organic chocolate everything started to hurt.  Who was I kidding??  A quiet morning, with the essential tasks […]

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Transition into Fall

When you feel like you have been run over by a Mac Truck – oops? That didn’t happen??  Maybe it was just something I ate.  Not likely, but we will give it a whirl.  I had my doubts when I got up this morning, got dressed for work, called in, said I might be a […]

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Saturday when the hubby is working

I can easily confess to my to do list today…. oh dear, it must have self erased before you could see it!!!  Don’t worry, it is a special ap that I designed specifically for this blog only to be used on “hubby is working day”.   No point in asking me for it, it only works […]

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What do I want to do with the rest of Summer?

A friend asked me this question this morning. I don’t really know. I find when I make plans – they don’t work out. I would like to get out in the boat, I would like to go on a road trip with the Miatas of Muskoka. I also like just enjoying the sunshine, the back […]

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June 1st – the grass is green, green, green.

I cannot believe how green it is out. The “foliage” as my mother would say, is abundant. I haven’t made it to the flower store, to purchase some perennials for the garden since we have had frost warnings in the last week. But now we have had so much rain, and it is hitting 30C, […]

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Can’t blame everything on MS

Toward the end of January, or maybe beginning of February, I think I started a mild flare, ie: fatigue, right side felt weaker, bit of brain fog, and flu like -muscles ache, tingly arms, the hot wire down my arm, muscle spasms in face, you know. Not all the time, but just enough to know […]