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THE COLOR OF A SOFT GRAY DAY

A soft gray day, late January. . . the pale sun, the ambiance so airy breathe life and light to spring’s small blooms, and gentle pop of squirrel peep, plus bubbling fresh birdsong. . . the clear, cool warmth, the … Continue reading

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LIFE– CHEW IT UP!

Life– chew it up! Then, so much turns to mush– it’s true! But, in the end, the more you chew, the more life becomes whole for you. ****** Other posts on chewing: https://elainedanforth.wordpress.com/2013/03/12/the-quality-of-whole-grain-or-shakespeare-meets-lao-tzu/ https://elainedanforth.wordpress.com/2013/03/26/to-chew-or-not-to-chew/ https://elainedanforth.wordpress.com/2013/04/16/an-invocation-to-the-chew/ In the first of the … Continue reading

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