Category Archives: small disaster

On broken things

I mentioned a couple months ago that I had broken my finger, badly enough that I had to have surgery to repair it.  I haven’t had surgery– real surgery– since I was very young.  Wisdom teeth don’t count.  And I … Continue reading

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Bury my heart underneath these trees

I’m three days back at work now, and it’s alternately wonderful and awful.  I’m so glad to be back at work, but I so hate to be trapped inside.  I am doing interesting research and finding all sorts of things … Continue reading

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Where the river will never run dry

I have been too long away from this space.  My life has flown along without pause, a mix of sorrows and stresses and joys.  It has been a bumpy summer, but a mostly happy one; and I have been too … Continue reading

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I really am wildlife girl

Well, I had a bit of an adventure yesterday, and it involved these two cuties, who have the biggest, saddest eyes ever. I had been seeing a baby raccoon near the side of the road for the last three days … Continue reading

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A new headache

So, I’ve mentioned that thicket I’ve been beating back in my garden.  It’s mostly Russian olive, and barberry, and wild roses.  And the wild roses have just made themselves into a new and more frustrating problem. I was looking at … Continue reading

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