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Tag Archives: Walton Woods Park
My Remicade infusion was done, and I didn’t have to be anywhere until 4 pm. I didn’t want to go home and disturb Puppy Cody, knowing I’d have to leave again an hour later. Cody hates it when I leave … Continue reading
How could I resist? The temperature was in the 40s (F), and I was at the library anyway. I figured the park pathways would be mostly clear, and heck, I don’t have a lot of “frozen” photos. So, once again … Continue reading
Fall has arrived, unfortunately with rain, lots of rain. That was fine with me on Friday because it was my Remicade infusion day. I always sleep through my infusions, and I’m pretty well shot the rest of the day. BTW, … Continue reading