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Smiling, Breathing, and Going Slow
Living in the moment…with large hornets. Continue reading
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The Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks are back. Yay! Continue reading
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Yesterday, I heard Spring singing.
May those who died from COVID RIP. Continue reading
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