The meanderings of Marie’s mind blog explores life in northern Minnesota, northern Wisconsin and anywhere else Marie Zhuikov’s travels may span. There are bound to be thoughts about her passions, which include nature, environmental issues, the arts, music, books, relationships, cooking, water, wine and the like. Please enjoy responsibly.
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Looking forward to meandering with you!
“The practice of art isn’t to make a living. It’s to make your soul grow.”
― Kurt Vonnegut
Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the blogosphere and for following. Your support is greatly appreciated, Looking forward to seeing more from you 🙂
Just discovered your blog! Love :)Hope you can visit mine 🙂
I have nominated you for The Liebster Award. Please find the link below:
Thank you Nimi! I will gladly accept. Now, if I could just find the time to write answers to all your questions….
My pleasure Marie….take your time no hurry😆
Thanks for the follow. I have never been to America, but I hope that your travels and meanderings are making your life complete.
Best wishes from Norfolk. Pete.
Thank you, Pete! I look forward to hearing more of your stories on your blog. When I was 10, I left my appendix in London, but that’s a long story.(Hmmm, could make a good blog post.) I plan to travel to Scotland in a year or two, and hope to keep all my body parts intact. Your dog is cute. Mine is a goldendoodle – 80 lbs, so he needs a lot of exercise to keep him happy and out of trouble. Cheers.
Hi Marie, It’s so nice to be introduced to your blog through Jennifer’s Blogger Bouquet! I’m looking forward to reading your posts!
Thank you Book Club Mom! I will return the favor and follow you back.
Thank you, Marie! Happy Wednesday to you!
I checked all of your travel posts and loved them.
All the best to you and yours!
Wow – you did a lot of reading! Thank you for your interest. I look forward to reading about your adventures.
I grew up around Chicago and I don’t ever remember seeing a snowshoe. Maybe they become more prevalent in slightly higher latitudes.
Yes, I think having lots of snow is helpful for that! Thanks for reading my snowshoe story.