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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 ...
... Two things about this.,. 1. Remember when vision boards were very popular? I remember making them. Some may have called them dream boards. Problem is, all of our boards were extremely similar - pictures of money or other symbols of 'success', dream houses, cars, trips, etc. A problem with dreaming about such specific 'things' is what if one doesn't obtain them? Does that 'failure' disappoint us bringing us sadness? I think so. 2. I thought about my dream ...
... Pittsburgh (Bob’s second favorite park), with views of the bridges crossing the Allegheny River; St. Louis’ Busch Stadium with its brick fašade and magnificent view of the Gateway Arch; and of course the Giants’ AT&T Park (Bob’s third favorite), with its gorgeous views of the San Francisco Bay and the siren call of McCovey Cove to left-handed hitters. There are several others as well.
We settled into our seats at Camden Yards ...
... Together we prayed that nobody would call so we wouldn't have to engage in labor. That's how this particular job worked. Imagine it like this: You sit at a desk, staring into the glowing faces of multiple stacked computer monitors and wait for angry people to call you to scream and curse about how their computer is behaving. Your job is to articulate the appropriate troubleshooting processes to the irate individual on the other end of the telephone, who could be ...
... other things, some of which were at the whims of the chaotic, objective universe. I have loved, and I have lost, but the things that our love and passion created, those things are innumerable and immutable. Eternal. Because of this our love and time, our pain and agony, were not in vain. Love, by its very nature, can never be in vain.
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