Tag Archives: reading

Monday’s Question

Haven’t done one of these Monday’s Questions in a good long while. Please feel free to answer the question in the comment section if you’d like to play along.  I always enjoy hearing what other people are reading! Question:  What’s … Continue reading

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Have a Cup of Tea With Me?

*This is a post full of photo images.  Just thought I’d give you fair warning in case you’re not into visual imagery.  Our family drinks a lot of tea in the fall. Would you like a cup? Come on in … Continue reading

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Books I Read in May

I’m just gonna come right out and admit that reading this past month was just plain hard. May was filled with yet more doctor’s appointments and still more medical tests galore that quite frankly brought on a lot of anxiety. … Continue reading

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Virtual Coffee

If we were having coffee today, I’d welcome you into my messy house and probably tell you to excuse the dust and cat hair.  I’d tell you how grateful I am that the sun is shining today after too many … Continue reading

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Bleak Midwinter Days

“I can’t seem to warm up today,” I told my husband for what must have been the umpteenth time since yesterday as I made myself a second cup of hot tea for the day.  Our winter here in the southeast … Continue reading

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Learning

Today’s WordPress one-word prompt is Learning. I remember in my clinical year of veterinary school when a professor told me and another group of students that being a veterinarian required a lifetime of learning.  He said it involved learning new … Continue reading

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Monday’s Question

Question:  What’s the last book you read and what did you think? My Answer:  The Martian by Andy Weir. This book was recommended to me by my oldest son who, as an aerospace engineer, was understandably intrigued by it.  And … Continue reading

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