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Dec 072015
 

There’s something about watching young kids playing and having fun.  Maybe it reminds me of times gone by and my own youth.  Or spending those countless hours watching my own kids make their own play.  Or times spent now watching my grandkids play.  Maybe it’s the ever constant flow of time and life that touches my awareness and helps me to realize and appreciate with gratitude the beauty of life.  What a ride we have here.  It reminds me to play more and enjoy the time we do have on Earth.

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Oct 242015
 

It ain’t like this any more.  Walking down the road looking for a place to eat I spied this museum.  It’s a great depiction of times long past and how the natives of this beautiful area lived.  But, hold onto your hats.  Modernization has arrived.

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Sep 152014
 

One of the signature buildings in Savannah is the old Cotton Exchange building.  I wasn’t seeking it out on purpose but when wandering around the town’s historic district it’s hard to miss.  I can imagine the cotton pirates down at the dock, smuggling bolts of cotton for the black market.  Does cotton come in bolts?  No matter.  I still love my cotton shirts.

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May 032013
 

Even though I don’t really like to, I got up before dawn, left my 2 sisters asleep, and went out to wander around in the charm of Charleston.  Naturally, I gravitated toward the water and the east where I knew the sun would eventually rise.  I made it down to Waterfront park along the Cooper River when it was getting pretty light as the pink rays of the rising sun seemed to be trying to turn off the still lit street lights.  When I’m wandering and exploring I really don’t mind getting up before dawn at all.

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May 162012
 

One of the iconic landmarks in Savannah, this was taken in the morning as it was just starting to get light.  The park lamps have not turned off yet.  It’s already warm and a bit muggy.  It’s so easy to walk around and take in the old mossy ambiance of the south here.  My mother was born in Savannah, though she moved away when fairly young.  Don’t know if it was that connection or not, but I felt quite at home here.  There’s a certain slow, timelessness about it.  Peaceful, porch sittin’ slow.

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