Exasperating Men

At my annual physical exam, my doctor shared with me the story of a small growth that he had ignored years ago.

He was too busy in medical school to have to have it removed.

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~Photo http://www.pexels.com/pixabay~

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Photo San Jose del Cabo

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San Jose del Cabo ~Photo Lori Greer, January 2018~

I love old, rustic shutters, doors and gates.

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Where they burn books, they will also ultimately burn people*

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Library Shelves ~Photo http://www.pexels.com/Janko Ferlic

“Today, 70 years later, you have the feeling for the first time that history could repeat itself. That that’s not out of the question.”

RALF TEEPE, a civil servant who joined the owner of his local bookstore in protesting a neo-Nazi march in Berlin’s old Jewish quarter. (Quotation from the New York Times, Monday, April 9, 2018.) Continue reading “Where they burn books, they will also ultimately burn people*”

Hello Beautiful Day*

The day of my husband’s funeral the sun was shining.

The sky was blue with little wisps of clouds.

The air was crisp.

It was a beautiful day.

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Age is merely…

Age is merely the  number of years the world has been enjoying you!

I can’t remember where I found this little quote.

I placed it on my kitchen counter and look at it occasionally.

It makes me smile.

I like this view of aging.

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The Yellow Chapel

At a recent art show at The Ford Building in Portland, Oregon I picked up this card.

One side had this picture.

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The Yellow Chapel ~Photo http://www.felicityfenton.com~

 

Interesting, but I was intrigued by the flip side. Continue reading “The Yellow Chapel”

Rose City Coffee

This sign captures the essence of Rose City Coffee.

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Sign at Rose City Coffee, Portland, Oregon ~Photo Lori Greer~

Both locations are warm and inviting.  You want to sit and stay awhile.   Continue reading “Rose City Coffee”