Monthly Archives: July 2018

Before I Go. . .

Before I take a break, I thought I would share a little bit – my plan had been to share my world with Cee, but I’ve had things that required my attention this past week. And since I can only … Continue reading

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This morning I read a blog post by Gobblefunk Words about songs she likes – the post led me on a meander into the past – which made me decide to put these words on digital paper and see what comes next. … Continue reading

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Share Your World – July 16, 2018

After an absence of a couple of weeks, because I am so busy, you know (uh huh, sure) I’ve decided to join Cee in her challenge and share some more of my world. Since we are approaching the hottest part of our … Continue reading

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Short Road Trip

I’ve been quiet for awhiile, busy spending time with my daughter, soaking up all the minutes while she is here. We did venture off on a kind of road trip to visit her new town, the Port of Arlington, in … Continue reading

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Celebrating the 4th

The 4th of July has been aa quiet day for me for the past several years – I live in a pine forest, where fireworks are forbidden for obvious reasons, and I haven’t missed seeing them at all really. I … Continue reading

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Sunday Snapshot: for the love of mankind

Originally posted on Riddle from the Middle:
“They say: ‘If a man knew himself, he would know all mankind.’ I say: ‘If a man loved mankind, he would know something of himself.” –  Khalil Gibran

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One of Those Days

This is turning into one of “THOSE” days – you know, the ones that make you think you should never have gotten up in the first place? Yeah, that kind. It started out just fine, until I tried to actually … Continue reading

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Are we really ready to turn off her lamp? #KeepFamiliesTogether #StatueofLiberty

Originally posted on Barb Taub:
They’re not keeping “them” out. They’re keeping “us” out. Millions took part in over 600 marches across America to protest immigration policy. [image credit: ] ? I wish I could join the millions marching…

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