Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Hunter

The arrival of Fall and the shortening of the daylight hours have Riley and I doing our morning routine of food and fetch under the stars. We play quietly, for the most part, as the first rays of sunlight slowly … Continue reading

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Morning Fog

FOG by: Carl Sandburg (1878-1967)   The fog comes on little cat feet.   It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on. *** It was a quiet weekend. The Country Boy has turned into … Continue reading

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Season of Goodbyes (part two)

This summer brought another goodbye to our family. Actually, it hasn’t been a total goodbye – there is a 2% chance for it coming back to life. But, with odds like that, the goodbye seems rather permanent. For the record, … Continue reading

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A Season of Goodbyes (part 1)

[Editor’s Note: This is one of those posts that has rattled around in my brain for weeks now. I hadn’t put the words to blog because there were so many images that I wanted to include to tell the story that … Continue reading

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Top Ten Reasons I haven’t blogged in weeks

10. The mules hijacked my wi-fi connection so they could get NFL fantasy stats in the barn. 9. The Country Boy’s extended absence for hunting has caused me to spend every waking moment looking longingly at my cell phone waiting for it to … Continue reading

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