Category Archives: Story

Infantile Actions

Infantile Actions
I certainly wasn't expecting to find it so hot and humid today which was quite a turn-around from yesterday's pleasant temps.  Unfortunately, the wind turned directions on us and is now coming from the south, and likely delivering this hot and humid air from the Gulf.  After seeing how hot it is in Northern Europe, I can't imagine what those peop … continue reading

Bucolic Settings

Bucolic Settings
Several people had mentioned today how it was just a bit on the chilly side for them, but after those many days of being beaten by high heat and humidity, I personally considered it a welcome reprieve.  Thank goodness the fly population is going down.  For a few weeks there, I thought we were being invaded from all directions.  The biting ones a … continue reading

Nature’s Recyclers

Nature’s Recyclers
When I left for church early this morning, I noticed it to be 59 degrees outside.  Yes, the days are growing shorter and the nights colder.  Like most of you, I'm feeling a bit cheated by Mother Nature this year.  It seems we went from the cold and snow to hot and humid with nothing between.  And, we certainly can't forget those wicked storms w … continue reading

Old Age Disease

Old Age Disease
I hope you all had a delightful Sunday, which I believe you should have considering how pleasant it was outdoors.  I spent a number of hours doing yard work, cleaning gutters, mowing, along with weed pulling and spraying.  I bristled a little at first and then laughed when a couple I've known for quite sometime, happened to see me out mowing at t … continue reading

Spirit of Gratefulness

Spirit of Gratefulness
I would say in these past days, there's been a spike in the calls from prospective buyers, along with other agents showing my office listings.  Perhaps the momentum of buying will continue on into the month of July.  The price ranges that I've seen the most activity, are those in the $100K+ and $200K plus ranges.  As I've suspected all along, th … continue reading

Nothing Ever Upsets

Nothing Ever Upsets
How often have we seen a 24 hour temperature change like what happened over these past two days?  Yesterday morning it was in the low 30s, yet early this morning it was already 52 degrees, but the real jaw-dropper was finding our Downtown temperatures hovering around 85 degrees this afternoon.  Looks like we're heading into what appears to be ano … continue reading

Cafe Mir

Cafe Mir
With it being in the low 30's before I left home for the office this morning, I figured it best to dress warm, and later glad I did considering how cold that north wind was blowing all day.  Believe it or not, there is still unmelted snow in shaded areas of our City.  After getting out of my car to look at a vacant house this morning, as I turned … continue reading

My Good Deed

My Good Deed
Without even thinking twice, I'm sure many of you were doing the same thing I was this morning--shoveling snow. After seeing how many driveways and sidewalks were still un-shoveled after finishing up mine, caused me to wonder if many were just waiting for it to melt off, or decided to stay inside until the afternoon arrived.  Of course always,  m … continue reading

Cunningly Fomenting

Cunningly Fomenting
Here we are at the 12th of April, and the snowbanks in the Manor's parking lot across the street from my office, are still around six feet tall.  Just so you get a better picture of how creepy our weather has been, we are 112 days past the winter solstice which was back on the 21st of December 2017.  But, what's all the more shocking is finding t … continue reading

Sagging Branches

Sagging Branches
While driving back, I decided to take a small detour and drive down a blacktop I've not been on for about five years.  The main reason I went, was to see an old farmstead one of my relatives lived on for too many years.  It appeared after the death of the remaining parent, nearly all signs of there ever being a home and buildings on that place we … continue reading