Tag Archives: winter

The Four Seasons

If you are lucky enough to live in a part of the world that has four distinct seasons, you really are lucky! Each one represents a beginning and an end to something; warmth, cold, growth, hibernation, wet, dry, etc.  To … Continue reading

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Goose talk

We are having a late spring here in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Winter just won’t let go. We still have high snow drifts, frozen lakes, rivers and ponds. It’s warming up but not nearly fast enough for those of us looking … Continue reading

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Canadians defined

We are Canadian! The Official Canadian Temperature Conversion Chart: 50 Fahrenheit (10 C) Californians shiver uncontrollably. Canadians plant gardens. 35 Fahrenheit (1.6 C) Italian Cars won’t start Canadians drive with the windows down 32 Fahrenheit (0 C) American water freezes … Continue reading

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The perfect storm

Anticipating the return of our Winnipeg Jets in a blizzard. It makes perfect sense to me!

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Monday Is Not Blue

Good news! Blue Monday does not exist. A part-time lecturer working at a British university was paid by a travel agency wanting to sell holiday tours, to support a concocted idea called Blue Monday. The formula created by this “mood … Continue reading

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