Tag Archives: winter

May your Solstice be Dark

Welcome to the Winter Solstice. The sun, such as it is, here in Vancouver rose at 8:05 AM and will set at 4:17 PM. Just over 8 hours of wet grey and then 12 hours of wet black. That’s a lot of … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice Philosophy

Someone got directed to my site using “winter solstice philosophy” as their search string. Sometimes I’m baffled by what Google thinks I have answers to. But, Google, since you’ve put your faith in me, I gave it a little bit of thought. … Continue reading

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Of Winter Melancholy

So tired. So very tired. I have no energy these days. My iron is fine. My cholesterol is fine. I’m working out 3 times a week (I’m doing 4 mile jog/walks, Yay for me). In general I’m not staying up … Continue reading

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Pothole Public Service Announcement

This is a pothole public service announcement for all you Vancouver area commuters. (I will now use my patented funnel-down method) If you are going to use the Oak Street Bridge to head into Vancouver, stay out of the left lane at least … Continue reading

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