Basically all I need and use is held within folders on my home page. Filing cabinets of info in the palm of my hand, and this has been so helpful in recent days for a variety of reasons.
That wasn’t always the case. Over twenty years ago, my go-to organizer was Day-Timer.
Observing nature, creating art
Photo taken in 2010 on my way to work: a dusting of snowfall and a blanket of soft mist, all shining gloriously in the sun. I stopped in awe and thanks.
Now that the “stamp blobs” are ready, I could do a little experimentation
What art have you revised today?
the balance of nature, complete with bugs and weeds.
Change the orange to a tan and the rusty brown to a brown and the cat would look like my current wild one.
What seasonal changes display in your neighborhood?
How about you? What if you were a flower?
I still have much to learn, but — don’t we all?
When we learn, we try; it doesn’t always work. We don’t need to be perfect. We just need to keep learning.
the day when for the first time in sixty-four years, Chinook Salmon swim free in the Columbia River near Nespelem, W
Would it be helpful to share particular strategies we use to start the year?
“It’s not enough to be compassionate. You must act.” Dalai Lama
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Sheri Edwards (@grammasheri) 7/4/19, 9:08 AM “we make today about the idea of America” by @seanphughes99 “we make today about the idea of America” by @seanphughes99 Please read his blog: … Continue Reading Celebrate the Idea of America