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I somras odlade jag penséer i en balja vid entrén. Några av dem gick i frö och självsådde sig. I grusgången. Så där har groddarna bott under vintern, ibland…

Last night our church received less than stellar news about the conduct of one of the leaders. As a result, he has been terminated. When I was looking for…

It has been raining here for what seems like forever. I am sure it's probably only a day or two, but in my dramatic mind that is way too long. Nothing terribly…

these drawings, all of which are taken from several internet sites, show the development of connected nodes (i.e. computers that communicate with each other)…

It doesn't matter if you treat me as a useless coconut, no matter how hostile or tough the condition I'm in, I will survive … Find me in Facebook! [facebook.com…

I never look for the ‘perfect’ flower. I am not interested in hot house hybrids that are engineered into perfection. I look for the broken, the bug eaten, the…

Although we are sometimes kept within the shadows of life we can still grow, learn, and become that which we are meant to be. As the bamboo we simply have to…

the corn farmer was rather surprised when he came back to his field the morning after he fattened it with the new estrogene fertilizer

“Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; None but ourselves can free our minds.” Bob Marley from Redemption Song Dedicated to many of us who have been stuck…

Fountains in Rome were numerous and varied. From small, simple fountains to the enormous and unbelievably detailed Trevi, all are “blessed” but one. This one,…

I spotted these young leaves sneakily growing out from the trunk of a maple tree as I wandered back from my pre-breakfast walk today. I was struck by the way…
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