Daily Archives: July 22, 2018

Haiku: Coffee Mindfulness — Glover Gardens

life in the slow lanevacation relaxationclouds in my coffee #CoffeeEmotions #Vacation #SummertimeWith special thanks to my high school friend June Denise, who was the beautiful hand model, the photographer and the hashtagger (from her original post on Facebook). © 2018 … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week

Originally posted on HappymessHappiness:
Always worth it to have tried, even if you fail, even if you fall like a meteor forever. Better to have flamed in the darkness, to have inspired others, to have lived, than to have sat…

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davidbrucehaiku: ARE YOU IMPRESSED YET?

https://pixabay.com/en/car-sports-car-luxury-model-auto-1300629/ *** ARE YOU IMPRESSED YET? *** Some people do this! Spend much of their money to Impress other people! *** https://pixabay.com/en/eye-blue-eye-iris-pupil-face-1173863/ *** SIGHT *** For fifty dollars Cataract surgery can Cure a blind person *** NOTE: SEVA Foundation can … Continue reading

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David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s 1 HENRY VI: A Retelling in Prose — Act 3, Scene 2

— 3.2 — The English held the city of Rouen, but Joan la Pucelle had a plan to enable the French army to retake the city. She and four French soldiers stood in front of one of the entrances into … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Old Age Anecdotes

What are the anti-aging secrets of top movie stars? How is an aging movie star able to act credibly in an action movie? Of course, diet and exercise help, although tricks can help, too. For example, wrinkles in close-ups can … Continue reading

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Edgar Lee Masters: Carl Hamblin (Spoon River Anthology)

THE press of the Spoon River Clarion was wrecked, And I was tarred and feathered, For publishing this on the day the Anarchists were hanged in Chicago: “l saw a beautiful woman with bandaged eyes Standing on the steps of … Continue reading

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By Charles Robert Lindholm My soul will know you my heart will feel yours beating as eyes adore you  Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm – All Rights Reserved

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