One place I like to lead Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle on a winter walk in the blocks around A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville is the easily navigated spread of the seniors spot. For one thing, our cherished rescue mutt feels at home there. And the scenery can be nice, too.
All it takes is a simple question. “Do you want to go for a walk, Ellie B?” Give us a little blue sky and sun and temperatures around freezing, and there’s no stopping my cherished rescue mutt and I in the blocks around A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. Happy we both…
Some things are not supposed to happen. An aging and bored queen eats herself into a stupor at a feast in her honor until a 24-year-old Indian clerk marches up the aisle toting a gold Mohur minted in her empire, his country. Their eyes meet. Somehow, the chemistry clicks. From that point on – from…
No, I’m not. But do I think that this sign next to the library is effective as I walk through the cold for a cup of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee? Yes, I do.
Some slip-slidin’ apparently took the exit sign of the Village of Liverpool’s Dunkin’ Donuts as a casualty. Well, I lean toward that opinion, anyway.
The walk from my work at the library to Dunkin’ Donuts takes me past The Retreat. Sometimes the cold makes me want to beat feet to my desk, but onward I go for that cup o’ Joe.
I don’t always walk the back way toward the lake when I take a morning or afternoon break from my job at the library. No, sometimes I journey on the front side, toward Dunkin‘ Donuts. It’s a cold and snowy place, too.