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Kathryn’s Blog: Breakfast

I really love to share something if I have found it to be more then wonderful. With an eye on putting better food into my body these days,  it is with great pleasure, and a little pomp and circumstance, that I recommend this latest breakfast! Toast, peanut butter and sliced
Posted  on May 2, 2018
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Kathryn’s Blog: After the Storm

Several blog posts back, I wrote about a beautiful 100-year-old willow tree along the Yahara River Trail, where I walk all the time. It’s the very one where I first met the owl I photographed in yet another blog post. The picture you see here is that tree now. Several
Posted  on April 18, 2018
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Kathryn’s Blog: Out of Our Window

I have been thinking about how many listeners I’ve known over the many years I have been working here at Magic 98. You are all so truly friendly, kind, and generous, and you always understand my sense of humor. I am very, very blessed to have such a fun, interesting,
Posted  on April 5, 2018
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Kathryn’s Blog: On the Yahara River Trail

I am so very lucky that the Yahara River Trail is just walking distance from my home. It’s wild enough to have deer, hawks, fox, snakes and and now the cranes have returned. It is along the creek that meets up with the Yahara River, so it’s mapped for you,
Posted  on March 6, 2018
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Kathryn’s Blog: Owl Talk

When I first met the owl you see here, he was very high up in the 100-year-old willow tree on the Yahara Trail, where I often walk. I was absolutely marveling over and over about meeting him, because it was more than just hearing him hoot. I felt the actual
Posted  on February 20, 2018
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Kathryn’s Blog: Muskrat Love

This little fellow was sooo interested in eating his soggy weeds that he did not even notice me standing there taking his picture.  He lives right there on the Yahara River. I often see his tracks in the snow. His tail leaves a line in addition to his footprints. I
Posted  on February 15, 2018
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Kathryn’s Blog: White Flowers

Even though I think all flowers are beautiful, I like white best. I’ve been in the floral business for many years, and yes, colors are spectacular at times. But as an artist and designer, when I work with just white flowers, I am compelled to pay more attention to the
Posted  on January 28, 2018
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Kathryn’s Blog: Joe the Turtle Does Yoga

Yes, it has been dipping down into nearly double digits below zero outside, but my little pet of 29 years has been holding his own, in his own sunbeam. This is not a Photoshopped image—Joe regularly does this yoga stretch on his own. (It’s not because he’s seen me doing
Posted  on January 14, 2018
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Kathryn’s Blog: Christmas Family Time

Some Christmases really hold up to the test of time. Back in the day, all my in-laws and I would celebrate the day by first going bowling. There were 20 of us taking over the lanes. They were all good bowlers, but if I broke 100, I was thrilled. It
Posted  on December 30, 2017
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Kathryn’s Blog: Thinking About the Ducks

No matter how cold it gets, I must go for my walk every day. I’m lucky to live so close to the Yahara Trail! I do love being out in nature, and animals are really so interesting. These days the geese and ducks sit on the ice floes, swim around,
Posted  on December 15, 2017