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hang up

Sometimes ONE isn’t the loneliest number. Sometimes it’s loneliest when it’s you, me and your CELL PHONE. The Daily Post weekly photo challenge: A Face in the Crowd

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getting in shape

It’s shaping up to be a quiet day at the playground. No children standing in line, squaring up to slides, circling structures, curving around corners… Perhaps they fear that the rain and wind will wRECk and TANGLE their hair! If you … Continue reading

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Playing from Memory

When I was a child we played with sticks, rocks and mud, and garter snakes until they escaped into the long grass of unmown fields. We looked for frog eggs — and later for tadpoles — in murky ditches of standing … Continue reading

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