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Auld lang syne

That they aren’t forgot. These lovely people.

This post is a humble tribute to the many night spent on Kamagersky Pereuluk, Moscow, hacking away at the ills of the world, making merry, making the most of it. 46 more words

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Be Thankful It's Not The Holidays

Let me start off by saying that I love the holiday season. Just this morning, I was having a conversation about the plans for this year’s Thanksgiving dinner-where, who, what, etc. 224 more words

Home Festivals: New Year's Eve

Our home New Year’s Eve party only has a few required elements, and then the rest of the time is about movies, board games and card games, and snacks. 782 more words

Seasons And Holidays

Connections: September 15.16

Gardeners’ January

looking back, looking ahead

today’s garden fades

imagine next year’s instead

noting wilt and curl

in universal sigh

hearing Auld Lang Syne

in cicada lullaby. 10 more words

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A Caucus Race

When you walk into the high school classroom, your eye is immediately drawn to the posters decked gaily on the walls; the models and stationery scattered carelessly on every edge and the teacher who’s writing something importantly on the board. 639 more words

Very Wise And Otherwise.

get your eyes tested here - updated

Pareidolia (/pærᵻˈdoʊliə/ parr-i-DOH-lee-ə) is a psychological phenomenon involving a stimulus (an image or a sound) wherein the mind perceives a familiar pattern of something where none actually exists. 200 more words

Day 1334: The world is your oyster

Yesterday, the world was my oyster, again, at the Festival Fringe in precious-as-pearls Edinburgh, Scotland.

I received that wrist band informing me that the world is my oyster from some oysters, who should know. 191 more words

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