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Facebook Post: 2021-09-14T01:17:56 (minivan adventures)

Minivan Adventures – September Edition ~~~ Just to highlight that, with the right perspective, even the most simple routines can be adventures, I’ll recount the happenings of last weekend… I thought it would be fun for Zofia and I to take a weekend trip to see Joe’s first game of the season with the Richmond Generals on Saturday, and catch… Read more »

Facebook Post: 2021-09-07T23:57:06 (back to school)

Back to “School” 2021~~~This year’s “school” year commences with lots of transitions leading up to today. Flo (and her roomie, Matt) moved back to College Park a few weeks ago, to start her senior year at UMD (though they came back yesterday for a laundry visit). 🙂 We got Joe settled in down in Virginia for a season of junior… Read more »

Facebook Post: July 19, 2021 (Zofia’s Birthday)

Fourteen ~~~ Zofia’s birthday this year falls on Joe’s move-in weekend with the Richmond Generals. So, she tagged along and we’re taking the opportunity to explore the area for a few days. The temperatures in the 90’s diverted our plans for a picnic at the park to treats in the car at Ellwood Thompsons, but it was a relaxing and… Read more »

Facebook Post: 2021-06-21T01:01:31 (UUCH)

Much to Celebrate ~~~ This weekend was mostly filled with work and household upkeep. But, interspersed was a small outdoor gathering at the UU church on Saturday, celebrating the upcoming Solstice and the newly federally recognized holiday, Juneteenth. Sunday was the usual busyness, but we managed to round everyone up for a few moments, just before sunset, for some impromptu… Read more »

The Symbology of the Cones

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  ⭐ The front left cone represent focus; being fully in the present moment. ⭐ The front right cone represents opportunity, whether it be overlooked or seized readily. ⭐ The two side middle cones symbolize unseen Universal guidance, gently nudging us back on course when we lose our way. ⭐ The rear two cones, though lower in stature and seemingly… Read more »