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I always hated my legs. Never had those pretty Twiggy spindly stilts that went so well with miniskirts, or even shapely ones that look good in jeans. No, my friends, no matter how many fat cells I decimate, there will always be an inordinate number of them clustered upon my femurs, making my Diogenes-like search for the perfect pair of jeans an exercise in futility. … Continue reading Thunder Thighs
It’s 10:30 on a Saturday morning. I have to leave really soon to get to my first client visit in Baltimore, so this is a quick post! As I arose this morning and went to my dresser to pull out something to wear today, I saw this little thing folded up (big surprise!) and cannot recall what the heck it is: … Continue reading Knitting Amnesia
The National Weather Service was predicting derecho storms for our little corner of Merlin, but now it just looks like nasty old severe thunderstorms. Either way, I’m just glad we still have electricity:). Since last we saw each other, dear 2.5 readers, I’ve visited some clients, attended a couple of meetings and services, and the fellow I told you about whom we visited on Saturday, has begun his … Continue reading Derecho?
When you’ve had days of rain, this is the song you want to sing when you face the morning light:) Not that I mind the rain – it can be lovely and it makes for a lot of wonderful summer greenery, to say nothing of the good it does for the crops for local farms and the water supply for the rest of us! … Continue reading Sublime, Just Sublime
This is an example of how green it gets in Merlin in June- especially when it’s cloudy and the humidity is in the ’bout ready to rain range. I took this picture a lifetime ago in the woods somewhere near old Ellicott City on a June afternoon. Today was a fairly quiet day. Had only one hearing in court and then a client visit with … Continue reading Cloudy with a chance of Green
Today was a truly lovely day. The sun was shining; thunderstorms had chased away the early summer humidity. John was feeling much better and I got a good night’s sleep. Not much happened that was all too exciting, but there were moments of unexpected joy. I started the day with a telephonic meeting with some very hard working social workers, trying to puzzle out what … Continue reading Unexpected delights