My walk today was delightful. The sky was blue, the air was crisp, and the autumn leaves fluttered in the breeze. It reminded me of the words from the Nat King Cole song, Tenderly. “The evening breeze caressed the trees, tenderly.” My walk was at noon, not evening, […]
I have been fascinated by the migration of my black eye (formally known as a periorbital hematoma) from my eyebrow to my cheek. I have also watched as it has changed colour several times. Here, for the record, are moments during that process over six days. I used […]
Tuesday was very windy, but it was still a pleasure to see the autumn colours in the North Saskatchewan River valley from the lookouts at the top and bottom of the funicular.
This week, we are beginning to see some glorious fall colours. Right across the street from our house is the first tree in our street to turn yellow, and I was pleased to get a picture of it with the sun shining through the leaves. In the last […]
After spending two days looking for my reading glasses, the mental walk-back through my activities took me to Tuesday when I had lunch at the Sherlock Holmes Pub in Edmonton. With my purse and pockets emptied out and nowhere else left to look, I called the pub and, […]
In front of Edmonton City Hall, by Churchill Square, there was once a happy wading pool. It was very popular, especially on hot days and Canada Days. Unfortunately, it was discovered that it did not meet the demands of safety regulations and so it had to go. In […]
For our post-lunch perambulation yesterday, Jamie and I dropped by Rogers Place. It is the site for Edmonton Oilers hockey games and the last time we were there was when they first opened the building to the public three years ago. Then we saw the huge floor mosaic […]