Monthly Archives: January 2018

Our Own Mobile Blueprints for Life

Dear Reader: I had another epiphany yesterday, after all our recent discussion on taking time to drink in segmented “swallows” of knowledge consistently, while not wasting the precious waters of knowledge by allowing it to overflow…with nowhere to go. I … Continue reading

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Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Dear Reader: Saturday as I walked down Old Country Club road…I smiled when I got to the end and saw the hearts (flag) in front of the last house before the dead end. Goodness…before we know it Valentines will be … Continue reading

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Rainy Days and …Sundays?

Dear Reader: It was Karen Carpenter who sang about “Rainy Days and Mondays always got her down.” But Sundays? Yesterday actually made me happy…in the sense of content to snuggle in and just enjoy the rainy day. The gardener in … Continue reading

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Staying Young by Staying Open to New Ideas and Possibilities

  Dear Reader: I emailed Anne yesterday and told her that the story in the blog today centered around the central theme of hot tea and its symbolism to learning… Would she mind letting me use one of her teacup … Continue reading

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Resurrecting our Thoughts and Actions

Dear Reader: Isn’t this resurrection fern on the oak tree gorgeous? I saw it on my walk last Thursday. ┬áMy own little resurrection fern, lodged in my Bradford tree, bit the dust, during the snow/ice storm. (And no, I did … Continue reading

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Another “Lil Tink” Mystery Solved

  Dear Reader: Half-awake I slowly walked down the stairs yesterday morning into my “Happy Room.” I blinked my eyes slowly and then rubbed them…the beautiful lights from the early morning sun’s rays, peeking through the shutters, created a dazzling … Continue reading

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“What? Already?”

Dear Reader: Maybe it is just this time of year…or the fact that a lot of changes and unforeseen circumstances have taken place since New Year’s Eve…but I find myself wondering about time and remembering mother and my aunts lamenting … Continue reading

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