Category Archives: Spring

A Little Distraction

While it is hard to find Perfect Moments amid all the doom and gloom, sometimes Mother Nature steps in and shows me the way. I woke this morning to snow gently falling in my neighbourhood.  As we are in spring, … Continue reading

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Cyclists Spotted

Despite being December, the day was absolutely gorgeous. The sun was shining and the snow was melting.  The birds weren’t singing because they had long ago migrated to warmer climates.  It wasn’t balmy, but it was warmer than it had … Continue reading

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What a Gorgeous Day

I was so productive this morning that I left later than usual for the bus. Though later than usual, I was certain I wouldn’t be late for my actual job.  It was with this, rare, relaxed feeling about my mid … Continue reading

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Finding Perfection in a Darker Palette

I celebrated a beautiful Spring day yesterday.  Today, the rain came pouring down for most of the day.  I didn’t enjoy the walk to the bus stop and I my walk to work in the downpour was only made better … Continue reading

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It Was That Kind of Day

Today was a beautiful Spring day. I saw people: walking dogs wearing shorts eating ice cream cones walking with a little spring in their step waiting at stoplights without shivering construction crews in lighter clothing flowers being sold at the … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning

Today’s Perfect Moment is one of those moments that, at first glance, seem rather banal; however, upon reflection, are anything but. Today’s Perfect Moment is celebration of the rites of spring. Today, in a celebratory mood, and possessing coupon which … Continue reading

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Putting Away the Jacket

Yesterday I went to work without a jacket. Perhaps this wasn’t the first day that I went without a jacket–I am pretty sure that I have left it in the car or not taken it because I was going to … Continue reading

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Spring…..?

Things that signal spring is either here or on the way: I saw people with big heavy coats on and people wearing shorts all in the span of 100 metres. My cycling club membership arrived in the mail. Grocery stores … Continue reading

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Ridiculousness Achieved

I am not a whiner about winter, but c’mon.  It’s April 14th.  I woke up to bird sounds when I looked to see if they had delivered the newspaper or not.  Birds were singing.  I took that as a pretty … Continue reading

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In All Its Destructive Glory

When I boarded the bus, the sun had been shining and very little seemed wrong with the world. When I exited, things were quite a bit different. I want to blame the weather forecast, but I cannot because it was … Continue reading

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