Posts Tagged “morning”

Game of Thrones

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We watched season VII episodes III and IV last night ~ wow! it was curious to see Canada, BC and Quebec in the credits for episode 4 … Stumbled across writer Sarah Larson (The New Yorker) in searches this morning and really like the way she writes her summaries. Here’s an example. Lastly, George Martin’s…

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Watching dawn’s arrival

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Watching dawn’s arrival

For me, it’s not always the Lonely Planet or National Geographic moments which delight my soul.

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The media … oscillating from “sensational” to “compassionate”

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The media … oscillating from “sensational” to “compassionate”

In the early morning news, the top headline and image were posted by CTV. Once the verdict was handed down, the headline switched as did the image they used to go with the report… ** photos are copyrighted and are not my own;¬†Aaron Lynett / David Ritchie

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Fellowship :) the morning after

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Fellowship :) the morning after

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Psycholinguistic trait prediction

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Psycholinguistic trait prediction Write or paste some text in the box below to obtain a prediction. There is no minimum word count, but at least 200 words is preferable. Please also tag the source of the text you are submitting using the selection box provided below. The first coffee is always in the dark, the…

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It pays to look in the rear view mirror from time to time … this is from this morning’s commute home from the city

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It pays to look in the rear view mirror from time to time … this is from this morning’s commute home from the city

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What does the fox say?

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What does the fox say?

I love that you can see the heat rising from the sign as it warms in the morning sun.

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I want to be “… a slice of camembert in a land of cheddar…”

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I want to be “… a slice of camembert in a land of cheddar…”

Read this quote this morning in an article on Brexit. Love it!

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Haiku #35

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Haiku #35

A chat with James this morning inspired this haiku.

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Edgy.

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Edgy.

I love how things look different when the sun peeks around the corner. It’s in these moments that I often see things that I hadn’t appreciated before. This morning’s offering is just that: the sun peeking from behind the barn roof as if to see if the llamas are awake yet.

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LOL Took a family pic this morning for a couple of reasons: one, to give Louis an update on our baby-sitting of his extended family and two, to demonstrate that our couch isn’t big enough. . Did not expect to see THIS though. This photo should totally be used in one of those “Solve The Murder Mystery” games where a single image has a wealth of forensic evidence – enough to establish motive, intent and guilt!! . If the crazy ceiling doesn’t scream EVIDENCE, then the scribble notes on the wall, the weights on the carpet, the drippy candle thingies, the fire extinguisher, hand cream or easy bake oven surely must!

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LOL Took a family pic this morning for a couple of reasons: one, to give Louis an update on our baby-sitting of his extended family and two, to demonstrate that our couch isn’t big enough. . Did not expect to see THIS though. This photo should totally be used in one of those “Solve The Murder Mystery” games where a single image has a wealth of forensic evidence – enough to establish motive, intent and guilt!! . If the crazy ceiling doesn’t scream EVIDENCE, then the scribble notes on the wall, the weights on the carpet, the drippy candle thingies, the fire extinguisher, hand cream or easy bake oven surely must!

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Brrrr….nippy out there this morning. . I took a stroll just before 5 hoping to catch the lingering night sky. And what I realized instead is the extent to which the smallest points of light contribute to light pollution. Our Christmas lights are almost offensive against the backdrop of the Big Dipper and company

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Brrrr….nippy out there this morning. . I took a stroll just before 5 hoping to catch the lingering night sky. And what I realized instead is the extent to which the smallest points of light contribute to light pollution. Our Christmas lights are almost offensive against the backdrop of the Big Dipper and company

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