Monthly Archives: August 2018

Popping in Five Fall Paintings

Dear Reader: I took this photo last fall and came upon it again while searching back through my posts for another picture. The sun’s rays that day formed a rainbow prism falling on a red Japanese Maple growing in among … Continue reading

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Angels Dancing in the Light

Dear Reader: I was so excited about planting my last two pintas in just the right  spot yesterday morning…that I was up and at’em a little after seven. After I dug and planted the pink pintas (to accompany the Gerber … Continue reading

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“Today is the Oldest You’ve Ever Been & the Youngest You’ll Ever Be Again”

Dear Reader: Yesterday I was in Tuesday Morning getting more wash cloths…I have decided that wash cloths are like socks…they tend to disappear or suddenly turn scrungy (is that a word?…well it is now) overnight. As I went down one … Continue reading

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The Fountain of Youth: Laughter!

Dear Reader: When I came across some adorably funny stories the other day (that took me back to the classroom again) I knew it was time to share some of these… because I had so much fun just giggling by … Continue reading

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Want Your Own Reality? Open a Book!

Dear Reader: Isn’t it wonderful that as we age and enter different stages of our lives…the idea of ‘being rich’ redefines itself? Anne invited me for lunch after church yesterday….she and her neighbors had a Greek festive dinner Saturday and … Continue reading

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Moving Forward…Towards Fear

Dear Reader: I love learning more and more about animal habits and instincts because we can apply so many of their earthy experiences to our own everyday lives…for example: Take Lions! “The King of the Jungle” Did you know that … Continue reading

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A Natural “Oxymoron” of Beauty

Dear Reader: Yesterday was one of those rare days that started out so incredibly  it just made me say “It’s a Great Day to be Alive!” It was almost eight o’clock before I got home from Mount Pleasant Thursday evening. … Continue reading

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