We live on the east end of a one mile long gravel road called Wester Avenue in up north Wisconsin (up north is north of Hwy 29 to be specific). It’s misplaced on electronic mapping systems (I’ve tried to correct them) and easily passed by, by most people. It Ts into Castle on the east and Sunset Road on the west (those are pretty good road names, I mean ?Wester?). If it were a dead end it would have even less traffic, which would be a good thing for critters and you know I like animals.
I spend most of my days as a dog activity planner, horse feeder/rider, and cat cushion – most lately a cat motivator ie. let’s scratch only on the right spots and you get a treat, jump between perches equals cheering and treat.
On the human company days I do part-time copy- editing /proofreading for The Star News, which entails sitting in a gray carpeted cubical reading without a cat (I think he’d like the walls).
I mostly was a registered dietitian /health care quality advisor /project facilitator, corporate-employed then self-employed then corporate and back and forth…who used to consult to long term care facilities and travel widely – pretty much all the time, but my enthusiasm waned.
Now I’m being more local which includes: Intensive gardener with husband, I mostly do the fruit, landscapes with fruit trees and shrubs and other plants that have blooms and scent. I read all the time , do artwork in bursts and did my debut singing a song I made up Jan 2013 (roasting one of our horse club members) and playing guitar. I’m working on the words and smooth chord transitions for song/roast #2.
Oh, and I write reality with some fiction to make the story better – I’m from Irish stock. I used to be overly food/health conscious, I’m working to moderate that so I eat
semi-sweet chocolate chips from the bag make apple crisp (I’m trying to use up an excessively large apple harvest) and ginger cookies (this year my tolerance of caffeine lessened – interfering with some favorite habits), quit being strictly vegetarian, but still know how to cook and season dried beans and peas of all varieties, and let my scale’s batteries go and stay dead.
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