Monthly Archives: June 2010

perfect imperfection

One of the things I love the most is Mother Nature’s ability to for the most perfect and symmetrical forms all on her own…without chemicals. Without genetic engineering. Without the man’s forced hand messing everything up. But what I love even more is when mother nature gives us something mildly flawed. Sometimes it is as […]

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perspective

I have had a bad week. Colossally bad. Never mind it has been 95 degrees in Charleston with 90% humidity and my AC went out. Or that I couldn’t get any work done. Or that I fell down a flight of stairs. Or that I droppd my cell phone – my only method of communication […]

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sounds of summer

There is something about the sounds of summer…kids splashing in the water, giggling as they roll down a grassy hill, or even chattering about Bakugon over a multitude of ice cream flavors. Summer breeds joy – especially when you are under the age of 22. It’s almost like you can hear a collective exhale the […]

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sunset

The simple act of stopping for a moment to catch a sunset can transform me from the prison I place myself in everyday. Between work, end-of-the-year school festivities and yardwork, I sometimes feel as bogged down as those poor marsh animals trapped by the oil in the gulf crisis (don’t get me started). But yesterday, […]

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welcome back summertime

In the frenzy of the school year – which is punctuated by the intensity of spring’s energy melting into the arms of summer’s heat – I get a little lost. There is laundry to fold. Emails to send. Phone calls to return. Yearbooks to make. CD covers to design. Lunches to prepare. And dinners to […]

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