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Small Stones: Loving Arms of Death

November 1, 2012

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Wind blows.  Treetops sway.  Sunbeams shine, twinkling through gaps between branches, now divested of cover.  Last remaining leaves flutter and dance on the breeze.  Down, down one floats, lighting upon crisp carpets of red and gold hues. Beauty far and near as Mother Nature settles into the loving arms of Death until – come the […]

Projects In Nature: Seasonal Inspiration

October 24, 2012

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Fall is most certainly in full force here.  For a bit, I was beginning to believe we’d fly past it.  The temperatures had plummeted quite quickly.  They have since returned to what I am accustomed to. The pumpkins have been purchased.  (Hopefully next year we’ll be able to pluck them from our own garden.) The […]

Mad Dash of Caterpillars: Everyday Musings

October 10, 2012

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The morning has been a busy one already.  Even this need be a quick visit, given that there is still much more to be done.  It is all good, though. I went in to town this morning.  Normally, I try to schedule my errands in such a way that I can get it all done […]

Gifts of Life: Magic

September 29, 2012

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In order to find magic, we must first believe it exists, but not in the manner that many of us grow up to believe.  Not the magic of mere fantasy or illusion… “There will be no foolish wand-waving or silly incantations in this class.” ~Severus Snape, Sorcerer’s Stone by JK Rowling In order to witness real […]

Gifts of Life: Autumnal Emotion

September 25, 2012

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One thing I’ve noticed is there are times I will get so bogged down with the hustle and bustle of life that I will forget that there is life beyond all the activity… so much beyond it and, if we are willing to slow down and quiet ourselves, we will feel it. With that in […]