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Today was gorgeous! Willow and I took a slow afternoon stroll to the beach at Studies Bay, went for a paddle, and got our toes wet. It was too irresistible not to!
Here's one of my favourite pics of my little home, taken just a few days ago after the second big snow storm of three we had in a week. It makes it look so cosy and I love the contrast with the white of the snow against the rusted patina and teal roof.
Not in the seven years I’ve lived on Galiano, have we had this much snow in one go! Certainly not where I am, which is virtually sea level right in Sturdies Bay. But last night there was 6-8 inches by 7:30pm, so I dug my snow shoes out of storage, and went out.
Yesterday, on my way for another day of medical appointments and and caught the beautiful soft pastels of a cold winters morn. Moments like these, standing on deck with the salty, wind whipping my face; just plain awed by the extraordinary beauty that surrounds us, and I am brimming with gratitude.
I got a dog. Her name is Willow. I got her for companionship and maybe if amenable, train her to fetch things I've dropped, or my phone if needed when I'm having an episode; having been told she was a great retriever and very smart and easy the train. Willow is an older Cocker Spaniel, … Continue reading Second Chances
It's hard to keep your heart open but harder not to!
This article really resonates with me, and I'm sure many other people with illness or disability. Pretty quickly, the ailment becomes all people see when they look at you. The disability is you. Every time I go out, some kind, well-meaning, friend comments on how I'm 'walking' or 'looking' as if that somehow determines how … Continue reading Respect Vs. Condescension