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What If We Celebrate Life Everyday?

Today I canceled all my morning plans and attended the funeral for a dear family friends’ daughter.

We sang songs, the Clergy prayed, and members of her family eulogized her. 117 more words

03.21 — Changzhou Reflected

I spent a few hours trying to think of a proper caption for this picture, but I was unable to think of anything satisfying to say. 44 more words


03.20 — More Comfortable Seating

As the weather turns more and more pleasant in Changzhou, the paths along the canals running through downtown become more and more pleasant places to be. 128 more words


03.19 — Springtime Willow

Spring has come to Changzhou.

The weather is getting warmer. Not consistently warmer, mind you—some days are downright balmy, while other days are fiercely windy and disappointingly less-than-pleasant. 170 more words


What I Do The Same In Both Places

Dear Friend,

I have used tags like: transition, change, and adjustments in many of my entries. I have tried to make it apparent that this life change has been about learning to do things differently, more simply, and without the extra baggage of our stuff. 221 more words

'Soviet Slums' for Claremont: Making the Case for Density

By Scott Cameron

The other week it was reported by a local newspaper with this ‘Soviet Slums’ headline that Claremont residents were outraged at the out-of-touch state government planners who were looking to introduce greater density around the Loch Street station. 680 more words

Property Development

Mango Wood for sustainable decorations items

Mango wood carvings for decoration items sell in Europe for cheep money. How sustainable are those items and are they an option to reduce plastic. 623 more words

Urban Living