Monday, November 6, 2023

My New Blog

I've had problems with my blog for some time and I finally decided it has become too frustrating to try to fix it. 

I started this blog in 2009 and although I'm sad to let it go, I'm also excited to begin a new blog. 

I've met many interesting, inspiring, kind and wonderful friends through this blog. I'm very grateful for this, for your friendship. 

My new blog is called Desert Canyon Stories & Pictures

And you can find it here:


Saturday, November 4, 2023

Coyote Calling & More


The coyote was standing by the water in my backyard, calling, calling, beginning to sound desperate even.

Then finally, this guy came along, much larger, so I imagine it was her mate, the one she had been calling for. At the same time he arrived, along came Joyce's dog, Judah, wondering what the racket was all about. 

The coyotes ran off together and Judah, who is a large dog, Faith's age, so nine years old, did not pursue. Smart dog, he didn't stand a chance. 

But I thought it was nice of him to come over and make the intruders leave. After I got my pictures. 


I still haven't worked much on solving the problem with my new blog. I'm in the middle of a bunch of doctors' visits. 

Actually, perhaps you would like to know that on November 1, Kenny drove me to Bakersfield to see my cancer surgeon. She said I was doing great, I don't need any follow up scans or tests, just continue with the tamoxifen. 

The breast cancer awareness month of October came and went and I forgot my annual preaching about the value of early detection so I will do it now. 

An annual mammogram has saved me from advanced stage breast cancer, not once, but twice now. It may be safe to say that annual mammograms may have saved my life.  

For this, I'm immensely grateful.

If you are eligible to have an annual mammogram, please do. 

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