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A Measure of Intelligence

It happened again,

the world turned upside down,

only for a minute,

while everyone crawled out.

upon the pavement,

each one stunned and smiling,

that deep cavern, 51 more words

Poetry

Las Vegas

It’s been a few days since I have posted, but I had a good excuse. I was in Las Vegas.

I had not visited there in probably 15 years and the changes are amazing! 345 more words

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Winter Reflection

“Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.” Hans Margolius

This quote has been lingering and stirring within my soul over the past few weeks. 382 more words

Ponderings

Portavadie. Walks in the West.

Home of the starting point of the Cowal way, an ever expanding impressive Marina, historic settlements and standing stones.

With the forecast for wind, rain and poor visibility I decided to do some lower level walks. 255 more words

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Day 120 - January 28th - Notes

Not much to report today; I did a lot of practice for tomorrow and Friday, finished my Mozart cadenza and took myself off for a walk in the afternoon. 274 more words

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Black Fell

Castor and Pollux, Leiber and Stoller, eggs and bacon, Weller and Worthington*, cheese and pickle, Cooke and Moore, Boswell and Johnson – some things are destined to always be associated in our minds, and whatever individual merit each half of the partnership has, we none the less feel that the whole is somehow greater than the sum of the parts. 902 more words

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Walking Thoughts

I admit it .  Hear it comes… I love to walk preferably in the woods over city streets, but I am game to just getting outside.   442 more words

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