Priscilla’s World

A Day at Squaw Creek

My sister, Pam and I spent a day this week driving around the 3,400 acres of Squaw Creek's wetlands. We anticipated seeing thousands of Snow Geese. We drove and drove...finally one lonely Snow Goose sitting by the side of the road. We assumed he(she) was ill since...

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Celebrating Women

My husband, Rodney had a knack of being humorous, gracious, giving and satirical all at the same time. International Women's Day is tomorrow, March 8. Make It Happen is the 2015 theme for the internationalwomensday.com global hub, encouraging effective action for...

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A July Safari, 2014

Our friend and guide in Nairobi, Dave Richard's wrote a detailed report of the Wilson Safari in 2014: "At the end of July Priscilla Wilson and her family arrived for another safari and on the following afternoon we visited the Nairobi National Park. Although we were...

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A Sign of Change

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 and the Village Presbyterian Church steeple is scheduled to be lowered to the ground. The big crane arrives about 8:15am. As time passes various folks come from the church to stand on the sidewalk across the street. None of us are engineers...

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Spring in January

This afternoon seems like a perfect time to walk away from my “to do” list and go see the movie, Selma. I drive to the Plaza, park the car, walk to the theater and go up the escalator.

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Birds in the Cold

I had to have one more hike before returning home. Zero degrees, minus twenty-two wind chill, but sunny and beautiful. Ben and I bundle up with everything warm we have. Ben is wearing the warm, warm, warm blue coat that Rodney bought in Vienna in 1988. That was a fun...

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