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End of Week 2: iChange Program (40 Day Challenge)

I know I’m really late on this post but between work and my workouts I’ve had absolutely no energy left to write.

This 40 Day Challenge is going brilliantly! 143 more words

Fitness

A Series of Stories

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Stories are what they are, but then again there is a reading between the lines and let’s not forget all readers have imagination because we do, don’t we? 29 more words

Montsse

Solar System Simulation Reveals Planetary Mystery - Astrobiology Magazine

Hey readers, this is a re-blog of an earlier story.  I can only take credit for pushing a couple of buttons.  This is a lot like stealing so I give credit for this post to Astrobiology Magazine.   1,511 more words

Blogging

Follow Your Muse: February's Photo-a-Day Challenge

Sometimes I notice that I need to study my subject carefully through my photography.  I find myself taking photo after photo as I work to capture the mood, the personality, the intricacies of what I am photographing. 540 more words

Photography

My Biggest Hope Is...

My biggest hope is that I will finally be able to say I am happy with my life. Not content, not satisfied, Happy. I know that’s reaching out a lot, and sounds really selfish of me, like why couldn’t my biggest hope be curing cancer(because the medical industry doesn’t want to cure cancer, do you know how much money they make off cancer?!). 395 more words

365 Day Challenge

Be Open To The Message

While going through a closet the other day, I came across a small stack of books which I had read with my students years ago. I purchased these favorites because I hoped to share them with my potential grandchildren one day. 795 more words

Devotionals

9. Connection

I write a lot about states of being.  I’m big on observation.  Observation of my thoughts and feelings, of my understanding of what’s happening in my physical, outer environment and also what’s happening in my inner environment, the inside bits and pieces that make up how I really am.  615 more words