cow bandana August 24, 2016
knockout roses August 17, 2016

Mr. Ken – the serious book reader

August 10, 2016

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mr ken book reader

Who knew that my beloved Mr. Ken would turn into such a serious book reader? Here he is, hard at work, reading his latest book, “Alexander Hamilton” by Ron Chernow. Yes, this is the very same book upon which the musical, “Hamilton,” is based. Mr. Ken recently decided to join a book club at our […]

What gnats can teach us about life

August 3, 2016

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gnats

Yes, you read that correctly – gnats. As my energy has slowly returned, I am on a mission to mix up my exercise routine. I decided to use my MP3 player and walk to music. I have several aerobic routines that were recorded by Sean O’Malley. (RIP – dear Sean, he has since left this […]

Vacation can be a state of mind

July 27, 2016

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plymouth chipmunk

We all have choices on how we view a situation. Since this spring was a super busy one for me, we didn’t get a chance to plan a summer vacation. There are several ways I could see this: 1. I could be really depressed and upset that I didn’t get away for the summer. 2. […]

Yet more fun in Cambridge

July 20, 2016

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cambridge flower shop window

Okay, so here is yet(!) another blog post about my love of Cambridge. What can I say? I love Cambridge. I love it for so many reasons: * It’s invigorating to walk through the different neighborhoods and just people watch. * It has the energy of a city, without being overwhelming like Boston or Manhattan […]

It’s all about the kayaking

July 13, 2016

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kayaks

I can finally breathe a sigh of relief. I thought I would be more emotional about it, but I feel as though a great weight has been lifted. Now, I can focus on enjoying the summer. And that means kayaking! No big insights this week – I’m more tired than I thought I would be […]

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