Monthly Archives: September 2011

Mushroom Management

I just learned a new term that pretty well sums it up…. Mushroom Management. Keeping you in the dark and up to your neck in…… manure. David put in his resignation the end of July…… and helped the HR fellow … Continue reading

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Another Design Class

On top of moving right now, I’ve just begun another quilt design class – from the same lady (Elizabeth Barton) as the first one. This one, Working in Series, is kind of a continuation – about taking the idea and … Continue reading

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This Moving Is Getting To Me…..

Gosh, am I ever tired of getting ready to move!  I’m tired of all the hassles getting through the company red-tape…. we still haven’t had the packers even come to assess the situation and give a quote, due to someone … Continue reading

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Millions of Flamingos

After lunch, the first thing we did at Lake Baringo was go for a boat ride on the lake. The lake water is the colour of mud  – all the water seems to be as there is so much erosion … Continue reading

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Kenya Safari – the beginning

I’ve been trying to go through the photos we took in Kenya over Eid.  I bought a new camera just before we left – another Fuji fixed lens, but with a 30X zoom and a lot more manual adjustments.  Lovely … Continue reading

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Morning Musings

This has been a long day.  It began at 3:20 am, when we couldn’t sleep anymore, waiting for the alarm to ring.  David was leaving on an early plane for Houston.  He had packed last night, but still, there is … Continue reading

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Blurry Computer-Eyes

‘After a lovely walk along the beach with Snoopy this morning, I have spent most of the day on the computer, checking rental sites for a place to stay when we arrive in Calgary Oct. 4. The trick is to … Continue reading

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