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Earth Day art

I needed a wider variety of things than usual on my shopping list, and went to a different grocery store than usual. I don’t know what your local store is, the one that carries milk, avocados, rice, fresh salmon, summer dresses, screwdrivers, packaging tape, hibachis, shower curtains, potting soil, fishing poles, and greeting cards, but the one I use is called Fred Meyer. 969 more words

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Silver Grizzly Espresso, Longview TX

The Silver Grizzly Espresso Coffeeshop was born from the radical notion that coffee should taste good. The four creators of this joint aimed for a friendly, home-like atmosphere, somewhere people could feel comfortable, relaxed, and maybe even artistic. 777 more words

Crumbling Before Planting, A Variation

Today’s #LongView,  Life as a Perennial Question, crumbles in order to plant a few seeds, the ideas that grow into questions.

Aim for Even posts offer equanimity… 36 more words

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The Long View On the Small Stuff

Increasingly, curiosity gets me through difficult moments, especially when equanimity seems impossible or at least incredibly difficult.

I start with the small stuff. Like when I begin my day. 576 more words


Second plea deal made in murder of Calgary father Nick Lush

The second of two men accused of killing a Calgary father has made a last-minute plea deal.

Kristopher Goerzen appeared in court Monday and pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of second-degree murder in the death of… 430 more words


Another Perspective on the Week Past

My favorite quote from this past week is Carol Rifka Brunt’s “You can build a whole world around the tiniest of touches.” It reminds me so much of Blake’s “to see the world in a grain of sand.” 71 more words