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What I long to say to my son

The labyrinth has no mystery
For our ancestors have traversed before us.
We need only to follow the thread
To the core of our existence.

The Politics of Dinner

I found this video today and I thought people would find it interesting. It is a video by Scott Adams and the title of this post was my own creation.


Wildflower project in Preston Park 2014

I saw loads of tadpoles and eggs swimming in a pond last spring, it was full of tiny busy black creatures.  I was imagining what would happen to the small pond when they became frogs – there would be so much merrymaking, nobody could stop their jumping around! 34 more words


Leafy Air and Cheese

I can breathe again. I took a trip to Michigan and Wisconsin, the Great North Woods, which has leafy air worthy of inhaling.

Also, sweet black cherries worthy of devouring. 237 more words

Jean Zimmerman

Rocks In My Head

I have a thing for rocks. In fact it might be called an obsession. I can look at them for hours. Fascinated by their shape, color, texture, and uniqueness. 135 more words


I was told that this photo takes in Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Pretty cool. It’s a nice view, any way you look at it.


River, Lake & Lots of Streets

31 July 2014 — Phyllis’ route guaranteed great diversity for the Tuesday Walking Society this week. Bloor-line subway to Old Mill Station; trail south along the Humber River to Lake Ontario; lakeside paths eastward back into the city; and then streets & streets until our legs wear out or we reach home. 1,152 more words