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Haiku Sunday (115)

Nothing to see here,Shards of human tragedy,Scattered to the wind. Advertisements

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Your Assumptions

“Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t…

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February

If you are looking for something fun and exciting to do in February, here are 9 events to get you up off the couch!

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It’s Possible

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Haiku Sunday (114)

Going to church on chrome,Cuts, flying colors and old ink,Leathers, patches and speed.

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Let’s go exploring!

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Making New Friends Abroad

Sometimes meeting people on the road can be difficult. Part of the adventure of traveling is meeting other people and…

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Tourist or Traveler?

Are you are tourist or a traveler?

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Haiku Sunday (113)

Tequila Sunrises,Dress in the ethereal light,Dance elegantly

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Solo Travel for Beginners

People have a hard time believing I am shy. When I get to know you, I am outgoing and gregarious….

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Making Walking Fun

This year, as we take inventory of our New Year’s resolutions, many of us have vowed to get more exercise. Of course, you can invest in a gym membership or join a work out group. But some of us are opting just to get out more and walk. If that is your goal, here are a few ideas to make your next stroll a little more enjoyable.

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Fly

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Haiku Sunday (112)

The winter light show,Rolls across the night sky.Heaven made glory.

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We Wander…

We wander for distraction but travel for fulfillment.

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You Do You

I was talking to my dear friend, Barbara, recently. We were lamenting the fact that we were due for a…

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Photos

Photos are a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone.

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Haiku Sunday (111)

Wake not the Mountain.Let her sleep another age. Better peace than rage.

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Magic and Madness

Michael Barnes is more than a sculptor, he is part magician, part mad scientist. He prods, pinches and pokes his creations until movement and matter merge into something worth pondering. Sometimes, when you expect it the least, you find art worth circling back for.

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Low Impact Bathroom

Many of us are making an effort to make a smaller footprint, waste less and save money As you’re making your way journey through the low impact lifestyle,  switching from plastic and disposable items to sustainable alternatives can be a challenge. Here are some changes to consider.

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Acts of Kindness

Let’s figure out how we can be kinder in the New Year. Here are 50 Random Acts of Kindness that you can implement immediately.

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Haiku Sunday (110)

New Year and new hope, Possibilities for change Are fresh and brand new.

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January

Just because the holidays are over doesn’t mean there aren’t a plethora of fun activities to enjoy in the new year! Here are 13 events in Western Washington that are happening in January.

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…but first

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Merry Christmas!

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Haiku Sunday (109)

Out there all alone.Nowhere to run from yourself.Get it together.