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Autumn Mowing

I don’t have any recollection of the lawn ever being so “June-like” this late in October. It felt totally strange yesterday to be cutting such long, thick, green grass with the air chilly and the sun at this uncharacteristic low angle. 141 more words

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Best In Black Awards 2018 – Cast Your Nomination Today!

Cast Your Nomination Today!

Best in Black was created as a way to celebrate black-owned businesses in the Detroit and Metro Detroit area and highlight unique individuals in our community who continue to live up to the standard of excellence. 149 more words

Detroit

Comicsopolis - Launching Dundee's new comics - Thursday 18th October

Dundee is the city of comics – The Comicsopolis!

Join Professor Christopher Murray and his colleagues on Thursday 18th October 2018 5-7pm at DCCS  186 more words

Comics

How's That?

While Cyndie and I were away on Saturday afternoon, we had a new ranch helper recruit from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls stop by to care for our animals. 373 more words

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"Dodgin Forgin" : Chronicle 52

Cats are dramatic. When I walk in my corridor and I meet Isis the cat, she stops and acts “as if” she was about to be slaughtered by the human, then runs away with big eyed panic, as if I was a dangerous goblin… 341 more words

New Prowler

Cyndie and I understand that we are rarely alone on our evening outings to walk the dog, even though most nocturnal visitors go undetected. It’s usually apparent when Delilah recognizes we have company, if she picks up a fresh scent and strains against the leash with startling urgency, but even she fails to notice sometimes. 338 more words

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Yep, Snow

Well, we got that out of the way. The first snowfall of the season arrived and decorated our place with a light frosting of white yesterday. 59 more words

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