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Peggy Jo Farr
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Tapped On The Shoulder
Enjoying her daily routine after retiring, Margaret was up by five and out the door by five fifteen for her morning walk along the beach. Finishing her walk, she stopped at the Cafe Java for a coffee and sausage biscuit. Picking up a newspaper and spying he...
Enjoying her daily routine after retiring, Margaret was up by five and out the door by five fifteen for her morning walk along the beach. Finishing her walk, she stopped at the Cafe Java for a coffee and sausage biscuit. Pick...
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Droll man or Troll man or Just Plain Wicked Man
I saw a droll man today with a wicked sneer and knitted cap upon his head wearing an old worn jacket as he strolled up past the house. He thinks he is clever practicing parlor tricks. In the end, though his life counts as nothing. It will be, as he did not ...
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Ice Fishing
Frank is an old man sitting in a rickety wooden chair, fishing through a hole in the ice on a frozen lake in Minnesota. His family has fished this lake for four generations. Suddenly, a loud crackling reverberates across the lake’s surface, and he feels the...
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"Kiss of Death"
Psychologists say that there is one behavior in
particular that is the 'kiss of death' for any relationship and that is  contempt .  Contempt noun the feeling that  a person  or  a thing  is beneath consideration, worthless, or deserving scorn "he showed hi...
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Wow Squid! What a way you revealed Jimmy's character. I feel as if I was riding a zipline, clipped a tree, and then bungled the landing. I was pulled in and spat out like a tree shredder. Sympathy to pity in ninety seconds!
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Prayer Flag of Hope 2016
Thank you, The Tin Goat and friends, for inspiring me create a prayer flag. “And now, Lord, for what do I expectantly wait? My hope [my confident expectation] is in You." Psalm 39:7 I started with a remnant piece of material that I had graciously received f...
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Breathe deep and read, and be changed, renewed, and refreshed.
 
....this time just a humble poem for hope...
....inspired by a sweet friend, by an article on Marcel Proust shared by another dear friend, and by everything going on in the world....
....if we could only greet each day with new eyes.... 
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Thank you +Adrien Richards​ and +Dblankportrait​:)
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Love The Birdies
Sparrows waiting their turn at the bird feeder. Who invited the Starlings?
Sparrows waiting their turn at the bird feeder. Who invited the Starlings?
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Wow!
I just finished reading a story by Squid McFinnigan titled Tick-Tock .   It is a great read. You get pulled in and ... You will have to read the story now to understand. Enjoy!
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"She Who Knows"
“She who knows” likes
to dance with the wind, And swim with the
river otters. Running through the prairie
grass chasing the clouds, She loves to be at
play. “She who knows” countenance
changes like the tides. What is coming and
who is coming, she whispers t...
“She who knows” likes to dance with the wind, And swim with the river otters. Running through the prairie grass chasing the clouds, She loves to be at play. “She who knows” countenance changes like the tides. What is com...
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Top of the morning to you Jo Thomas. Glad you found some interesting posts. I enjoy your posts as well. I am a caregiver and not online much, but I do drop in now and again. Again, thank you and have a wonder-filled day! Peggy

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Oh When The Weather Outside Is...
frightful...have a stack of books, coffee, and chocolate at the ready...toilet paper, bread and milk as well. :)
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What are the words to define who I am? Artiste, caregiver, colleague, confidante, encourager, friend, and writer of poetry to list a few.  The sum total of a person’s character is more of a mosaic of many pieces.  Birth, growth and development, experiences, environment, society, culture, and death. Memoir, a life’s story of a person’s existence.

Peggy Farr, 54, female, caregiver, sister, aunt, cousin, and great aunt these are the most precious descriptions on the mosaic of my existence.  
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2444 Unopened
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still life, acrylic, 6" x 6" $100 click here to purchase

The Happiness Track: How to Apply the Science of Happiness to Accelerate...
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books.google.com - A leading expert on health psychology, well-being, and resilience argues that happiness is the key to fast tracking our p

Tick-Tock
squidmcfinnigan.blogspot.com

Jimmy looked in the mirror and adjusted his tie; he didn’t recognise the wrinkled man who looked back at him from the silvered surface. How

Prayer flag of Hope
thetingoat.blogspot.com

I thought I would do a short blog post about my second prayer flag for the month and explain a bit of the detail and thought process. Severa

No Small Talk, Just Big Talk.
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I don't know if any of you follow the Postsecret blog, I have to say, I love it. Random people, sharing their secrets with the world, anonym

Forgive me, father
www.jasongurley.com

A month since my last post! You know the one thing they teach you in blogging school? In bloggege? They teach you not to open a post with a)

Unclean
squidmcfinnigan.blogspot.com

In times past, lepers had to peel a bell, and cry "unclean, unclean" as they moved among the unsuspecting throngs, of medieval citadels. The

Black & White Challenge accepted...
thetingoat.blogspot.com

Stampington issued a "black & white" challenge and I accepted. My submission made it to the upcoming July/August issue of Somerset Studio. T

California Runs Dry
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What will the state abandon to survive the drought?

Follow the Blue Flute: Passageway
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The sketchbook of a poet exploring original poetry and translations of classic poems from Chinese, Japanese, French, Spanish, Italian, and L

Dead Man Walking
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stench of death tinged with breadth of life tongues a warning of regret and grief value measured in shades of grey mourning rising each gene

The Hebrew-Speaking Bedouin I Met in the Middle of the Jordanian Desert
ellisshuman.blogspot.com

I traveled to the stunning ancient Nabatean city of Petra in southern Jordan, across the border from the kibbutz where I had lived for seven

visual blessings: We Played Like Children...
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Our last full day in Iona, Keith and I hiked to Columba's Bay, along a winding street with cottages, walking by pastoral farms with the pret

7 Ways You Can Handle Toxic People
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An author explains how the highly emotionally intelligent handle the worst office crazies and complainers.

Honeysuckle Lane - 30
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Detective Adams pressed the door bell a third time and still the house remained mute. Being ignored on a door step wasn't a new experience,

Reading in the Dark
ellisshuman.blogspot.com

"Lights out!" When I was a young boy, this parental request meant an end to my nightly reading adventures, whether they be solving mysteries

Masada - The Legend and the Truth
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On an isolated mountaintop overlooking the Dead Sea is Masada, a symbol of Jewish independence and freedom. With sheer rock cliffs dropping

Reinvented: Pumpkin Seeds 5 Ways
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Save the seeds when you're making a jack-o’-lantern or perfect pumpkin pie. They make a great sweet or savory snack when lightly roasted.