Time To Get Moving.

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Finally, spring in New England. 
The true spring of New England that arrives with rain and mud, just before the mosquitos and more dreaded “midgies,”… the tiniest of black flies that swarm around anything warm and breathing that they then bite, leaving a welt the size of a half dollar coin for weeks behind. 

It’s been a very long cold winter. I spent it rekindling my health and soul sprinkled with bouts of feeling sorry for myself and reclusing from not just my blog but everywhere on and offline. I think the fact my 55th birthday is arriving in May probably is not helping me emerge from my bubble!

The recent bursts of sunshine and warmer weather is slowly helping me shake the dust off, that said, I hope all are well in blogging land and beyond. 

Happy Spring my dears!

Nothing Ever Goes Away Until It Has Taught Us What We Need to Know – Pema Chodron — The Seeds 4 Life

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In life, we all have different lessons to learn – for different reasons. Life is in the experiences, and with these comes both good and bad things, both flow and obstacles. Do you ever ask yourself, “Why do this keep happening to me?” after similar things seem to constantly go wrong? Be it love, your…

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The Primary Cause of Unhappiness Is Never the Situation but Your Thoughts About It – Eckhart Tolle — The Seeds 4 Life

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Our happiness is and always will be up to ourselves. Life may take us through good times and bad times, and our plate will at times be filled with nothing but trouble and torment. But the primary cause to you feeling unhappy has less to do with any situation or person served to you and…

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Sunrise Chicken

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It’s 5:30 in the morning and I am fumbling blindly for a coffee filter to get the java fix I must have to open the other eye. I spill the can of ground coffee amidst my fog and look down hearing a voice “cursing” with a slight English accent at my feet (my spouse is British) … 

Well hello!

Exeter Autumn

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It seems like the autumn color has been slow returning this year or maybe because I have been ill the last seven months shut indoors I lost track. We just ended having an Indian Summer of sorts temperature-wise.  Just the same, it’s arrived here in Exeter New Hampshire and while coming home from an appointment I managed some phone snaps. Bless my husband for being the patient soul he is and making it possible for me to see my most adored season!