The Last Blog of 2016

The Last Blog of 2016


Another year of blogs has gone by and it has been a full year. Each week the topics change and then sometimes they are worth repeating.  Many times the topics are because of something I read that week or something that has happened at work or at home. Often you hear about my birds or my travels.  Many times I share neighborhood pictures and as often as possible I share what it is like living here in Stillwaters.

Throughout the year I get comments on the website and email feedback from you all, which is really helpful and encouraging.  The goal of the blog is to share what living at Stillwaters is like and in the process I also share things I run across and find interesting.

snowflakeThe year in review:

January:  Birds, Seahawks, Home building, Aging and Happiness

February: Spring Mutterings (yes, I was ready), Valentine wishes, Tax Time, Rainy day Fun.

March: Vote, Community Gardens, This and That, Easter.

April: Spring Color, Books, Home and Garden, Spring Color, Humor.

snowflakeMay: Home Building Process, Normal Aging, North Woods travel.

June: Travel adventures through Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, Mother Nature, Fall Prevention, Getting ready for the 4th.

July: Change, Summer, Goodbye to VCR, Rightsizing.

August: Traditions, Gardens, Fun at the Fair, Hot Weather Cooking.

September: Recycling, Preparedness, Healthcare choices, Fall Colors, Local Food Treasures.

October: Fall ReplayI (Repeat Blog), Fall Replay II, Europe snowflakeTravels, Vote.

November: Collections, Thanksgiving Apple Pie, Memory Issues, Thankfulness.

December: Getting ready for Stillwaters Christmas, Dealing with Cold Weather, Favorite Things of 2016, Christmas Stories and HAPPY NEW YEAR!


Infuse your life with action.

Don’t wait for it to happen. Make it happen.

Make your own future. Make your own hope.

Make your own love.

And whatever your beliefs, honor your creator, not by passively waiting for grace to come down from upon high, but by doing what you can to make grace happen… yourself, right now, right down here on Earth.             –   Bradley Whitford

Matthew Williams

  • Toni Sturdevant

    Thanks for your blog, Cindy. You do a good job. It is informative, interesting, funny, and all around great. Keep it up. I enjoy it.

  • Cleo Craig

    You do a great job Cindy. I look forward to seeing your blogs.

    Happy New Year to you and Mr. Blogger

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