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Weekly Photo Challenge: Wildlife

When I first saw this week’s photo challenge, I took a picture of the first butterfly I saw in my garden this season.  It was unusual, at least not like the ones I was used to seeing in San Antonio, … Continue reading

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Today’s Daily Post Topic

The WordPress Daily Post topic for today is “Pick something you don’t like and choose to accept it.”  Usually, the things I choose to accept are the things I can’t change anyway.  Seems pointless to say I choose to accept … Continue reading

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All Good Things Must End

Do you ever notice, the older you get, the more things you took for granted seem to just disappear from your life, and you can’t even put your finger on their passing?  Take phone booths, for instance.  I saw one … Continue reading

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Reliving Spring

No, I haven’t dropped off the face of the earth; I just returned from an excursion to Connecticut and Boston to visit family for the Easter holiday.  The morning we left Virginia Beach at 6 A.M., it was so warm, … Continue reading

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How to Make Yourself Look Good at the Gym

The other day, while I was getting a drink at the water cooler at my Y, my little paper ice-cream-cone-shaped cup collapsed, and I spilled water down the front of my shirt.  A minute later, one of the regulars there … Continue reading

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Pickles in Real Life

Certain books, cartoons, and jokes, though understood on some level by people of all ages, are understood at a deeper level by people who can relate to them.  Take the cartoon Pickles, for instance.  It is about the day-to-day lives … Continue reading

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The Final Relaxation

After an hour of strenuous activity during my yoga class at the Y, our instructor, Sandy, a soft-spoken, gentle spirit, has us lay on our backs while we close our eyes, listen to soft, soothing music, and go into what … Continue reading

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