Monthly Archives: August 2018

Nature

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August 27, 2018

Follow A Rose We had planned to plant a rose garden this year, but in doing a bit of research, we concluded the area we had wanted to use for the roses, simply did not get enough sun. Not wanting to entirely give up on the notion of growing roses, we...
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Food

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August 25, 2018

Follow Patty Pan The Underutilized Squash I happen to love patty pan squash; actually, I am a fan of squash period.  I first discovered patty pan, at a farmer’s market, in California, drawn to it by its scalloped edges and size.  I remember it was priced very reasonably, which completely mattered...
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The Dialogue

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August 20, 2018

Follow “Soul Food” For some reason, my Mother repeatedly shared portions of Psalm 119 with me; among many other scriptures.  I am so grateful to have these little notes she would send in the mail or simply leave on the counter for me to find; apparently this not is a bit of an admonition,...
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Public Square

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August 17, 2018

Follow Ft. Pierce Public Art In the Swim by Jorge Blanco   I love the unexpected; it is always wonderful when I go looking for a particular place or thing and find it, but there is something rather delightful about coming upon an unexpected treat, like public art in Ft. Pierce,...
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Poet’s Corner

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August 13, 2018

Follow I Stand and Applaud You   I stand and applaud you.   Rarely do words, my most constant and faithful companions fail me but at the moment, I am at a loss.   So, I stand and applaud you.   To endure injustice is never easy, to survive it marks...
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In the Wild!

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August 12, 2018

Follow The Sandpiper     They are tiny and scurry quickly along the sand, not much interested in posing for a picture or what morsel someone may offer them; I like that about sandpipers, they are not there for our entertainment. Yet, somehow these ubiquitous creatures certainly do manage to still...
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A View from the Road

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August 7, 2018

Follow Hey! I am Over Here, Come Take a Look!     I wish I could make one of these memorable pieces of Americana, as I do so love road-side attractions, and must absolutely stop, if at all possible, to photograph a giant you name it . . . an orange,...
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Connected

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August 5, 2018

Follow Integrated Security Operation Center – ISOC You Cannot Fight What You Cannot See For those of you asked about last month’s podcast, I offer you this post to help answer your questions. One of the largest concerns in the United States, regarding cyber security, is how to secure the electrical...
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Art

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August 4, 2018

Follow To love a painting is to feel that this presence is… not an object but a voice. ~ Andre Malraux ~      Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite  by Albert Bierstadt When I think of vistas of Yosemite Valley, I most often think of Ansel Adams’ iconic photographs, as it was Adams who first...
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From the Editor

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August 2, 2018

Follow Can There Be: Love, Peace, Beauty, Wonder, Joy . . . ?   “We’re alike. I, too, believe that everyone should have a chance at a breathtaking piece of folly once in his life. I was twenty when they said a woman couldn’t swim the Channel. You’re twelve; you think...
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