Monthly Archives: November 2019

New Updates from My Past… Bringing Adventuresome Opportunities

(Scene from Isle of Man…one of my latest ancestral discoveries) Dear Reader: Yesterday I heard from Ancestry.com telling me that they had the latest updates on my personal genealogy. I was so excited when I got it. Overall the big … Continue reading

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Remembering to Keep Our “Personal Clocks” Wound

Dear Reader: Today we think of Lewis Carroll as the wonderful author of Alice In Wonderland, as well as, a storyteller and artist. One recurring theme in ¬†Alice in Wonderland…is ¬†time and how it is best spent…perhaps at a tea … Continue reading

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Lowcountry Falls are More Subtle than New England but Just as Amazing!

Dear Reader: When I turned into the neighborhood late yesterday afternoon I caught the magnificence of the waning sun hitting the trees… turning their leaves a subtle but shimmering beauty behind the palm tree’s fronds. (The sheer vision of the … Continue reading

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Cold, Wet, and Thoroughly Snuggly Lovely

Dear Reader: Since Luke came to help me Tuesday evening get all the plants inside before the first freeze… we have had cold, wet, windy weather…the kind that chills you down to the marrow of the bone if you stay … Continue reading

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Surrendering Life…in Order to Live It!

Dear Reader: In my dreams I still visualize the world of my childhood. It always consisted of a big yellow sun, stars, mountains, birds, trees, seas, rainbows and flowers…always flowers everywhere. I should have known then that the creation of … Continue reading

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The “Quiet Teachers” of Nature

Dear Reader: I read in an article that two hours of being out in nature (a week) does wonders for our bodies, minds, and hearts. I do try to get outside in the garden most days and actually use my … Continue reading

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Discovering that Destinations Are Usually Just Starting Points

Dear Reader: A novel I recently finished told about an American girl who planned to visit France and see all the big tourist attractions but soon discovered that it wasn’t Paris with all its famous “must-see’s” or other cultural cities … Continue reading

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