Monthly Archives: March 2015

Excellent short talk about death, dying and architecture…a TED talk

I couldn’t agree more with this woman.  It ink architecture makes all the difference for people who are ill and for their families and the people who work in the facilities.  Beauty is something that always needs to be taken … Continue reading

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This is so cool…from Astronomy Picture of the Day

http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html

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Happy face

This is the other new face added to the kitchen.  He’s very happy and that makes me happy as well:)

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New mini carnation

No matter the lighting, no matter how many pictures I take, I can’t get the color of the flower to show up.  It’s deep burgundy.  This is the best I can do.

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QUOTES…from Michelangelo

“The greater for most of us lies not in not setting our aim too big and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.” “I have never felt salvation in nature. I love cities above … Continue reading

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A beautiful story of love and gratitude…from Bored Panda

http://www.boredpanda.com/stray-dogs-pay-respects-funeral-animal-lover-margarita-suarez-yucatan-mexico/

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Adeline Bennett

Adeline Bennett was a sweet child, clever, intelligent and funny.  But Adeline wasn’t like other children, Adeline was a bit ‘off.’  At least that’s what her parents, Rose and Matthew always said, “There she goes, off again.”  If times were … Continue reading

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