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Hiking for Friendly's: Tyler Mill Preserve and North Haven Friendly’s

17 August 2015

It may not have been the hottest or most humid day of the summer, but it was close. Regardless, Cherry and I met in Durham at 8AM to continue our Hiking for Friendly’s. 449 more words

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Sprague Preserve and Willimantic Friendly's

July 13, 2015

Cherry and I meet in East Hampton to consolidate cars and I drive east to Franklin. Cherry has found a description of the Sprague Preserve by… 519 more words

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Using Nature to Heal Grief and Loss

Pathfinder is a monthly publication to console, support and empower the modern widow/er. A recent article based on an interview with me on how nature can help heal grief can be found on… 21 more words

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2015 A to Z Blog Reflections

Another year on the books! I hope to compile these into a daily reflection piece, which means I’m a third of the way through!

Loved reconnecting with ‘friends,’ meeting new, sharing this facet of me with long-time friends…the interconnection of all is really fun and touching. 48 more words

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ZZZs

Tender shepherd, tender shepherd
Watches over all his sheep
One the garden, two in the meadow
Three in the nursery, fast asleep.
~Carolyn Leigh (Peter Pan) 102 more words

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YUMMY FOODS

You can get anything you want
At Alice’s restaurant.
~Arlo Guthrie (Alice’s Restaurant)

Most of us don’t worry about whether we will have food, but instead wonder what to eat and how to make it tasty, enticing, and aesthetic. 111 more words

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XTRAS

Give me that old time religion
It’s good enough for me.
~Woody Guthrie/Cisco Houston

More than enough. Most of us are fortunate enough to live with abundance. 55 more words

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