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#FF — The Justified Boys

The Justified Boys Four farmer's kids did their morning chores, met up, and wandered woods, fields, and streams until dinner bells. Raylan, Arlo, Boyd, and Art dreamed music most nights. Some might think it was a shared mission sent from up above. After harvest, each boy was given a small share of what was left… Continue reading #FF — The Justified Boys

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Doodads — Two Hung Low and Jeremiah

I stayed up late last night watching episodes of, "Justified," and didn't get up until almost 1 today -- say what?!  Usually there is a set routine of turning things off, turning things on, opening things, closing things, etc.  Not this morning, er, afternoon.  First thing was opening up the bedroom door to look at… Continue reading Doodads — Two Hung Low and Jeremiah

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Light of Day #1 Colbert & Lithgow

Watching this youtube gave me an idea for a new feature.  I'm going to try to find one thing to share each day that brought light into my world.  Please feel free to share anything that brought you light in the comments. This is a conversation between Stephen Colbert and John Lithgow. https://youtu.be/ZHVrdAtyjNc

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dVerse — Alice Gone Wild

  Alice Gone Wild Our girths and portals swell and shrink, Adhere, adjust to what we eat, Our appetites great stones that sink; Condemn our home for taste of meat, We lie and kill and steal and cheat To have first choice to fuck hot pink. Design the odds; we can't be beat. World by… Continue reading dVerse — Alice Gone Wild

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Tick Tock Tuesday #32 — “Stranger on the Shore,” by Mr. Acker Bilk

Mr. Bump, your song selection with the clarinet made me think of a song I remember fondly as a child that was written for clarinet. My aural memory must be good because I was only a toddler when it came out! from wikipedia: "Stranger on the Shore" is a piece for clarinet written by Acker… Continue reading Tick Tock Tuesday #32 — “Stranger on the Shore,” by Mr. Acker Bilk

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What do you see # 30 — Another chance?

After the end times when only scattered evidence of human existence were left, what it meant to be human faded into dust. The planet's sickness subsided and all living things began to flourish in the harmony of a balanced ecosystem. It was then that The Goddess chose to visit Mother Gaia for tea. She arrived… Continue reading What do you see # 30 — Another chance?

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Say Hello to the WordPress Block Editor — The WordPress.com Blog

In case you haven't seen this already...   On June 1 we’ll be retiring our older WordPress.com editor and transitioning to the more recent (and more powerful) WordPress block editor. Want to know how this may affect your site and what you can expect? Read on. If you’ve launched your WordPress.com site in the past… Continue reading Say Hello to the WordPress Block Editor — The WordPress.com Blog

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Doodads — 5/18/20

Update:  Curiosity got the best of me, so I went to Old Faithful YouTube and found out what it is. https://youtu.be/MbC_CLZao-Y It says they need to be at least 3 years old to blossom, but mine is only a year old (or a year after planting the store-bought plant.)

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dVerse — quadrille — Unfixed

Unfixed show me how to live! the day I tried... fell on black days [a]live to rise my wave hunted down outshined head down burden in my hand heaven's dead black rain rusty cage the last remaining light nothing left to say but goodbye goodbye     Today is the three-year deathversary of Chris Cornell,… Continue reading dVerse — quadrille — Unfixed