Daily Archives: July 5, 2013

Subtle change

You may think it’s all been done, but the way Earth spins things, subtle change can stump anyone.

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Opening windows

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
What limited perspective through a single pane of glass, just watching our reflection with such a shortened glance. Perhaps these eyes are windows to our soul and once they have opened  wide enough our…

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My Grandpa, 90 years younger

This is an old photo, taken in 1923, of my Grandpa, Harold, as a baby. He just turned 90 years old in February. My Dad told me earlier this week that he has started packing up his cherished Louis L’Amour … Continue reading

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Surprise pumpkin patch

All this time, we had our minds set on melons, but look what’s matured, a pumpkin! Linus from Peanuts would be proud of our patch!

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Thoughts before the brain fog

It seems everyone has the inside scoop on love, but the truth is, we can barely read ourselves. Poetry is 110% in and of the moment (the extra 10% transcended consciousness). Crack the code, piece the puzzle, solve the problem, … Continue reading

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Positive feedback

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Plop down, relax, it’s Friday, the weekend is your squeaky toy, three days of catnip and nap to add spring in your step, purr and preen between clawing the scratching post and chewing protein,…

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Bypassing complacency

Don’t try re-inventing the wheel, what’s done is done, instead move on your own two feet thru the crowd, bypassing complacency.

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