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Writers’ Blokke

An evergreen tree so large, only the bottom of the trunk and lower branches are featured in the photo. A tiny bird feeder hangs off a low branch. Snow and rabbit tracks encircle the tree.
My tree friend, forever green. Photo by Author.

Lockdown Winter Blues

Life in Northern Alberta is not for the faint of heart!

It’s a greyish day making me feel blue, but we’ve climbed to +3deg.C today — uncommon for a northern Alberta January.

When you’re in the middle of Canadian winter it can be difficult to imagine that the trees will ever come back to life. Could the grass ever grow again after being covered in a generous…

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Eira Braun-Labossiere 🌻

Eira Braun-Labossiere 🌻

English major, now 50+ and can’t stop picking up her pen. Writes about greyhounds + lurchers, things that bother her & little wonders that delight. #bigskylife

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