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Destiny

Don’t tie a kite to a raindrop,
The wind to a tree.
For everything in this world
Has its own destiny.

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March Quilt of the Month

One of my most cherished memories is going to see Mary Poppins in the movie theater when I was 7 years old.  Mom loved musicals, and I think that’s what cinched the deal for us to go.   194 more words

'Spinning sail' rebooted to cut fuel and make ocean tankers greener

Invented a century ago, rotating columns fixed to ship’s deck interact with wind to provide forward thrust and could make 10% fuel saving

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Kites & Wind Story Time

Unfortunately, the library was closed yesterday due to snow! But here’s what we would have done:

Welcome Song: Hands Go Up and Hands Go Down… 591 more words

Story Time

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The Kites Are Back!      

Well, they are in my neck of the woods anyway!  And it’s such a pleasure to hear their shrill mewing cry after their absence during the winter months this year.   212 more words

The loser

The losing kite in a kite-fight has two possible fates; one is to be captured by some jubilant boy and re-strung to fight another day; or to get caught in a tree branch and flap there helplessly, torn to shreds by the twigs and the wind…

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