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How is Your Vocabulary?

I looked this up on Snopes. It’s on the up-and-up as is Click to Give.

Imagine! Making a difference one click at a time.

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My Best Cell Phone Photo

It isn’t the highest quality camera, but if you get close enough and your subject doesn’t move . . .

This fine fellow was on the door screen at Nokomis Yoga as I was leaving after class. Literally, the cell phone was two inches from him/her.

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Warming Up and Getting Centered Podcast

You can do these warm-up exercises either standing up or sitting down. Either way, beware of items within reach of your outstretched arms (forward, to the side, and behind you). If space is cramped, try keeping your arms bent and your hands close to your body.

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Beauty of a rainy day

Flowers along the abandoned road being visited by wasps:

A little fellow I have never seen before:

The abandoned road unabandoned by nature:

New totem pole beside an old path:

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I Just Read a Quote from Walter Lippmann . . .

“If you stare at a checkerboard you can see it as black on red, or red on black, as series of horizontal, vertical or diagonal steps which recede or protrude. The longer you look the more patterns you can trace, and the more certain it becomes that there is no single way of looking at . . . → Read More: I Just Read a Quote from Walter Lippmann . . .

Sometimes Breathing itself is a Miracle

That miracle is enhanced as the seasons have morphed from Winter to Spring and, now, to Summer. My pleasure in spending time outside has been intensified with the ecstasy of breathing. There has been a heady progression of scent from the earliest sweetness of hyacinths and daffodils to the transcendence of lilacs, to the sensuality . . . → Read More: Sometimes Breathing itself is a Miracle

Some of the Perfection in the World

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