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Nature’s Healing Touch

I’d almost forgotten how therapeutic working outside was, especially in my garden. This morning, we got reacquainted. I was out there pulling weeds, untangling sugar snap peas, and planting some more vegetable seeds. It wasn’t long before I began to … Continue reading

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Much Needed Refreshment

Outside my window today my heart, mind, and soul find refreshment. For the first time in a while, I took the time this weekend to stop busying myself doing things and just lay in my backyard hammock. How quickly we … Continue reading

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The Relevancy of Humanities and History

Those of us who love history or have a profession that deals with its’ interpretation may already understand what I am about to share. Study of history and the humanities has relevance to our understanding of many things. When I … Continue reading

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Deltonas’ Death Zone

Slowing but gracefully they stroll. In pairs and often large groupings, sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) make their way daily across our roadways. Here in Deltona, Florida where I live this routine unfortunately includes tragedy for these gentle giants. Like many … Continue reading

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When Life Gives You Turkey, Eat It Up

The recent holiday reminded me of a number of things. Food seemed to be a theme but even it had some lasting value beyond the feasting. A dessert one of daughters made particularly impressed me. Not only was it tasty, … Continue reading

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