Planting Seeds

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I was watering the flower pots just outside the store and was surprised to see some baby nasturtium plants poking up out of the planter beside the front door. I bought a pot of flowering nasturtium at the June plant … Continued

ALIENS AMONG US

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My cousin Stefi Cowles, like many people I know, is curious about her heritage. She had her DNA tested by ancestry.com, and is now working with another cousin on creating a family tree. I sent her some ancient family photos … Continued

Breakfast of Champions

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  Sunday at Quaker Meeting we were considering our spiritual relationship with the meeting house and grounds. We have the good fortune to meet in a beautiful, peaceful place on land bordered by the confluence of two swift creeks. We … Continued

Why I Love Facebook

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I find myself spinning in a cynical dust devil, and reading a new book by Brit, Ben Elton, (you might remember him from the tv show Blackadder) doesn’t help. Like you, I scan Facebook every morning, smiling as I see … Continued

Surprise!

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  I was at the dentist office this week having my teeth cleaned by a new tech.  She was wonderful and I didn’t hate the process, which was a huge surprise. Normally I cry and make the tech stop dozens … Continued

Magic is afoot!

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It’s Midsummer and magic is afoot. Daylight lingers until late in the evening, and the twinkle of fireflies reminds me of summer nights when we kids ran around catching them in mason jars. Those were the times when summer days … Continued

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