Instagram Images I’ve Been Loving

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I love to give myself the gift of beauty. I’m always looking for inspiration. Today I’m sharing some of the visual inspiration I’ve found on Instagram recently. I hope it inspires you to add more beauty to your own life. Here’s my contribution. Enjoy. The darkness and light, the black and white with a splash

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I Tried It! First Garage Sale

Terrified. That’s the word. Procrastination. That’s the result. Or, that was the result until this past Sunday. Me and the kids threw our very first garage sale. Here’s how it went down, and the lessons learned. Discussion of a garage sale began about 2 years ago, but I won’t start that far back. I could

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Crumbling is not an instant’s Act

Crumbling is not an instant’s Act A fundamental pause Dilapidation’s processes Are organized Decays — ‘Tis first a Cobweb on the Soul A Cuticle of Dust A Borer in the Axis An Elemental Rust — Ruin is formal — Devil’s work Consecutive and slow — Fail in an instant, no man did Slipping — is

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Hurricane People: A Comedy

Ah, natural disasters. They bring out all types of people; neighbors with quirks, jerks with money, the deserters, the innovators, the laziest motherfuckers you ever did see. Watch these videos to see the interviews!

We Made It Though Hurricane Irma.

Verizon is giving us some relief with data thank goodness. I’m still without power but using my phone. On a different note, we made it through hurricane Irma unscathed physically. We are overjoyed. I cannot take the time quite yet to explain the experience, although I would like to and will be working on it.

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There’s a Storm Coming.

Hi everyone! I hope things are going well in your corner of the planet. My corner is preparing for a hurricane. Hurricane Irma. It’s a pretty powerful storm, breaking a record in category 5 and right now, I believe it’s raging over the Caribbean. I woke up this morning to the darkness of shuttered windows,

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