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The first thing I did this morning was go outside and take pictures of the garden. This is such a beautiful time of year. The irises, bearded, Siberian and Japanese along with the native daisies and a few giant allium make a glorious display along the edge of creek, the azaleas are in their glory and the first of the ...
... to the marina I noticed large nests on top of the markers more osprey ...that's twice we've been at marinas with these lovely birds. This marina / resort is lovely has a small number of slips and here we are one of the biggest yachts :-)
We enjoyed cocktails on our aft cockpit with our Virginia friends, our first company on El Nido then we enjoyed a lovely dinner the restaurant here is excellent.
... come to horrible, scary life.
I couldn't get to Will to help him. I couldn't take my eyes off the road lest we end up in an accident.
I was helpless, out of circumstance, in one area and totally in control, out of necessity, in the other.
Horrific. I cannot think about those moments without tearing up.
Fortunately and by the grace of God, the seizure resolved itself quickly. Or at least I think it was quickly. Time lost all ...
... accept as truth. With this boundary firmly set, our children are robbed of their innocence and forced into a schema of life that would otherwise have been rejected as nonsensical if the kids had just been allowed to create these concepts using their own ideas and experiences as a foundation, rather than the using the concepts that our society has created to protect our terrified selves from the simplicity of pure truth. That purity can only be experienced again through ...
... watching the muck engulf his room. There were Gatorade bottles and coffee tins floating around like wayward boats. One of my plastic bowls sneakily made its way from my room into my neighbor's room, leaving ripples as it scurried. We both laughed for a fleeting moment, and then bolted into necessary action, gathering buckets to fill. It was a long night, filled with the back-breaking agony inevitably associated with cleaning up large ...