Monthly Archives: June 2018

Nature

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June 26, 2018

Follow The Topiary Garden   This garden in Columbus, Ohio, depicts Georges Seurat’s A Sunday Afternoon On the Ile De La Grande Jatte.    I love not only the idea for this unique garden, but also its execution; I hope you find a bit of inspiration, for your own garden —...
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Perfect Post Cards – Picture and a Thousand Words

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June 25, 2018

Follow Souvenir de Dunkerque   I found this collection of post cards in an old book; I imagine that they were purchased as memento of the person’s trip, and not necessarily to send to friends and family, based on the fact that there are various views of Dunkirk, France.    ...
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A View from the Road

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June 20, 2018

Follow He is Waiting for You?   I saw this well dressed man, sitting, at a park, near a beach in mid-Florida, without the slightest ounce of pretense.  He did not have an animal he was walking or waiting on, there was no newspaper or book or even a journal, to...
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Food

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June 18, 2018

Follow Fried Chicken   My Mother, and her mother before her, both had a knack for frying chicken; a Sunday dinner favorite.  The first time I made fried chicken was when I was in junior high school, and my Home Economics teacher introduced me to buttermilk battered chicken.  I was fascinated...
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Public Square

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June 11, 2018

Follow “1930’s Family Camping: York Beach, Maine At Home on the Road”     I unexpectedly happened upon this exhibit, at the Smithsonian, and found myself taking a moment to savor a piece of both familiar and foreign history. One of the things I first noticed, when driving through Maine, many...
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In the Wild!

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June 9, 2018

Follow Cheese Curls and the Seagulls     We came upon this couple, at Nubble Lighthouse, in York, Maine, and absolutely had to stop to photograph their interaction with the seagulls – yes, I asked if I could photograph, and they kindly said yes.     Apparently, the majestic gull, shares...
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Art

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June 6, 2018

Follow To love a painting is to feel that this presence is… not an object but a voice. ~ Andre Malraux ~   The Garden Parasol by Frederick Carl Frieseke I love the serenity of this painting. It so beautifully captures my idea of a perfect afternoon, one spent reading in...
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Poet’s Corner

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June 4, 2018

Follow A Good Life You are right I know you do not hear that often enough to please you but this time you are right chocolate cream pie in Missoula on the 4th of July is no small thing nor is the Fiddler on the Roof on Broadway or a flyover...
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From the Editor

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June 1, 2018

Follow Our Collective Dream, Or Lack Thereof “. . . We choose to go to the Moon! We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure...
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Connected

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June 1, 2018

Follow Supply Chain Management In July of 2017 new standards were put in place for NERC SIP – 013-1, which is about implementation guidance and SIP – 010-3, which is about software integrity and authenticity. (North American Electric Reliability Corporation, which is associated with FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which is a part...
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