As I walked out to the car at 5:30 p.m. to drive for a Valentine’s Day dinner with my dear wife Karen, I noticed this beautiful sunset in our Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. I figured the evening was off to a pretty and proper start. Right I was. Advertisements
What is one way that winter in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville can wear you down? When it seems that you can’t remember how many days in a row you had to brush off the cars. And run the shovel along the front walk. I think of it as another darn dusting. But it sure…
Winter continues in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville, and thank you, plow guy. There’s really just a single space in the driveway of A Bitty Better for the plow to leave it. I figured garbage day would bring the size of the pile to light. Our pail is, oh, four-feet high.
My work break walks in the block around the library paid off again. These pet store folks won’t give up on their great punmanship. It’s punning cats and dogs.
I do not get tired of looking down the road from A Bitty Better in our Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville in different seasons, times of day, weather situations. I look down toward Onondaga Lake, and like it.
Yes, my mind wanders during a winter walk in the blocks surrounding A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. I spot a set of snow-covered hedges, and I wonder … … do they look more like a cool set of drums or a group of friends who all have the same haircut? Or…
In the summer, my neighbor near A Bitter Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville throws a tarp over his boat. In the winter, there’s no hiding his colorful little craft.