A strange season


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  1. It has been a bizarre Summer, for sure.
    And no sign of normalcy yet, here anyway.
    I think maybe it's trying to wake us up
    so we don't sleep through our lives:)
    Seems to be singing a stronger song
    these days, the universe.
    Hope the critters are quiet tonight,
    Jennifer

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  2. It has been a bizarre Summer, for sure.
    And no sign of normalcy yet, here anyway.
    I think maybe it's trying to wake us up
    so we don't sleep through our lives:)
    Seems to be singing a stronger song
    these days, the universe.
    Hope the critters are quiet tonight,
    Jennifer

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  3. now that you mention it .. we have had a lot of spiders .. hummmm... and there is a full .....

    we have a beautiful sunrise tonight .. red sky on one side and a full moon on the other .. it is a spectacular night .. some days you just have to take each moment as it comes :o)

    you could come on over here and retire...............we have the ocean!

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  4. I shouldn't be laughing, Susan, but you did give me a chuckle with this post. For one thing, I LOVE the image with the single pane out. "No wonder," I said to myself. :) Seriously, stay safe. And yes, we all need a vacation from retirement. HA!

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  5. Lisa, you have the OCEAN!!! Oh sob--and I have the woods. Susan, that those animals and insects are choosing you is a sign of your peaceful heart and nature-loving soul.

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  6. Love, love, love the photo with those little hints of turquoise! I can't tell you how many times I've thought the same thing...needing a break from retirement. That cracks me up! It seems these days everything is off kilter. Love what Jennifer says in her comments..."I think maybe it's trying to wake us up
    so we don't sleep through our lives." That's a perfect reflection!

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  7. Thank you, dear friends, for being so in tune with me during my strange days and with each other ... it's a lovely thing to behold!

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  8. I take all of these except for the snakes on the back porch and the crows that throw out the baby jays (I love jays! but crows as well). It really is weird this year, isn't it? Stay safe - I really hope you don't have any flooding this year and no close wild fires either.

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