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A Handicapped Artist Used His Feet and Mouth, and Painted Out the Beautiful Scenes of the Countryside

A handi-capable man here, from the Newspapers, translated…

On the walls of the northern side exhibition of the MRT Zhongxiao-Fuxing Station, had a watercolor of countryside beauty, and, the painting was actually of a newly built farmhouse in Taoyuan, and, the two three farm houses took people back to forty-nine years ago. 517 more words

Life

Healthy Learners

I didn’t post anything last night because it was one of those moments where I found it more meaningful to be living in the present situation with others. 311 more words

Observations

Different Stages Of Foot Pain

There’s a lot of reflections occurring between last week and this week, so expect more writing about my foot until I get to really weightlifting again. 1,487 more words

Reflection

I Don't Care...My Indulgence For the Week

Thanks, Best Buy, for lowering the price on two movies I’ve been itching for on Blu. And now I have Blair Witch on Blu, so all is right in my world – for under $30.

Observations

When Things Go Right, and When They Go Wrong

This week I have had the opportunity to be informally observed by my Principal and my Vice-Principal; two people I highly respect not only at our school but outside as well.   643 more words

Reflection

Breathless

Supplication

Oh breathless days of winter, stay far away. Your cold, your mess, your frozen hours and days and weeks and months and…

Stay far away.

Time To Stop Worrying Over Time

Trapped in the day.  That’s how I tend to see most people now.  Breakfast.  Work.  Play.  Sleep.

So much of the detail in living is dealing with your own relationship with time and how you define it.   234 more words

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