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George Georgalis
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Maybe I'm writing a book... Nevermind the Unexpected or How to get what you want and Be happy all the time. https://raw.githubusercontent.com/iuxta/work/c937ea3a9eee361397bab55cb743e1968af97398/nevermind.txt

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She must smell nice....
Afternoon Nap
You should follow  http://instagram.com/_bahamasgirl_ , just saying  :P
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Happy happy happy

Once upon a time I grew up in Herøy in the very west of Norway. This video is a dancing tribute to Pharrell and Herøy, using the Happy song.

Throughout the video, many locations are shown, each one being immediately recognizable to me as places where I've played, biked, gone swimming and so on - even the desolate road early on I could place within the second.

It is an utmost beautiful place, made more beautiful by the weather (there's lot of it). I suppose most people love where they grew up in some fashion, but damn, Herøy has sooo much to love! Since moving 16 years ago, I've found that I don't really want to move back - beauty isn't always enough. However, we try to visit at least once a year, and I often end up there once or twice more. Being there for a week or so, is to me a profoundly peaceful experience. Not necessarily because it is quiet, because it is far from so most of the time - but because nature is so overwhelmingly, soothingly everpresent there, and my childhood memories can only be categorized as Happy happy happy.

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So glad people are walking less on the designs. This pattern was made MLK morning and here it is a week later!
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2014 Zen Garden
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Private tour of Hearst Castle... hard to beat!
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Landscape 2013
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Sherry Turkle wrote a book, and I see it all the time: parents giving more attention to their smart phone than their infant, toddler, even pre-adolescent more interested in looking or playing together, pulling on clothes, etc, starving for attention. Parents, if you wait till their adolescents, it's too late.
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