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- Mirror, Mirror
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Tag Archives: geese
What a gorgeous day we had today – finally. No rain, nice breeze, 88 degrees F in the sun. It was a day just begging me to take some photos. After my regular trip to the Audubon Library Branch, I … Continue reading
It had already been a goofy week. After the work-day tree cutting adventure, during which everyone in my office building was trapped inside due to the fact that both driveways were blocked by tree service vehicles, I was looking forward … Continue reading
The good new is – the snow seems to have stopped finally. The bad news is – it’s been raining on and off ever since, with only an occasional warm spring day thrown in just to tease us. At … Continue reading