Sometimes you don’t know who to ask.

Sometimes you feel like you’ve asked too much.

Sometimes you’re just self-reliant. It’s not a stubborn belief in self, but determination to accomplish that drives.

Sometimes you feel like you are constantly cupped in the hand of God, an unseen helper/enabler of all good.… ...

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My husband and I have celebrated our anniversary in some spectacular fetes:

  • drinking darkly smoked beer among friends in Bamburg, Germany, a local delicacy that looked like Coke and tasted like bacon: it was unique!
  • purchasing patio furniture: two high-backed cushioned chairs and a cocktail table for our margaritas, gin and tonics, or wine to watch the Disneyland fireworks
  • dining at an intimate table for two at Old Vine Cafe, Costa Mesa, CA, where every course is inventively accented with a wine
  • sailing the Blue Danube on a river cruise from Budapest to Nuremburg, with the actual feast in an ancient cellar bar in Prague.
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  • May 2012 Eclipse
    • Paper covers rock covers scissors…
      It is a childhood game
      On Sunday, God played it, too
      And allowed me to take this photo

      Coastal fog covered moon covered sun
      The eclipse scene in southern California
      Look with your eye, blink, exclaim,
      And run to get your camera

      Ocean fog reprieve
      For glorious opportunity

      A picture and words… all good

              My life as a Miracle, May 2012

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I wrote about Einstein’s brain in a recent post, one of my pedantically-oriented writings (I ‘know stuff’ and like to share, but these sort of things don’t come up in friendly talk, so I bring it up in blog).

Because of Einstein’s great brain, as well as his great fame, he is a very quotable man.… ...

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