Monthly Archives: July 2011

Wordless Wednesday – Hanging at the Museum of Nature

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Haunted

I remember the day that it happened.  A beautiful and hot day in July.  We had just come home from a long walk.  Woo was hungry and wet, so I went upstairs to change him while his bottle warmed.  He … Continue reading

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Wordless wednesday – Summer fun

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Out of sorts

It’s catching. First it was the lils, and for them the last three weeks have been hard. We thought it was getting used to the lack of schedule and no day care in July. We blamed it on travel, on … Continue reading

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Wordless wednesday – 365: the end

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Infestation

We’ve had our share of squatters this last year, but have dealt with them pretty effectively for the most part. Some have been embraced, like the families of bunnies that live in or near our yard, or the spiders that … Continue reading

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Putting it out there

As I see it, the real problem with putting yourself out there is not what others think about you, but what you think of yourself afterwards. In the back of my mind I know that this is a risk, but … Continue reading

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BOLO, my bits.

Last night, was BOLO!  It was a fabulous night, where some of Ottawa’s finest bloggers read their posts. And Ottawa has some simply fabulous writers.  The full list is posted on the BOLO site.  I was a reader this year, … Continue reading

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Wordless wednesday – waiting to bloom

* *all the same bloom, taken a couple of days apart*

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There are no bugs at bug camp

This week marks our first foray into day camps for the Woo. He was very excited at the prospect, and particularly keen on the camp that we chose for this week “Buggin’ Out”. It’s an afternoon camp, so yesterday morning … Continue reading

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