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He is the moonlight
I am the sun
He is the resting, closing, ending of the day, the waiting in contemplation, risking little, staying still
I am the waking of each day to all its possibilities, hopes and dreams
testing the limits, moving forward
He is Beethoven moody and brooding
I am Gershwin new and excited, wanting and seeking
He is fall
I am spring
He is wait
I am go
what we are
What a great time in the ocean water today. Got there about 2:30 pm when the tide was pushing its way towards the high tide mark.
Only the pre-teens were venturing out to the float to dive off in a display of youthful machoism.
I treaded water watching the sailing team practice their maneuvers, listened to the small children cavort at the shoreline, and the mothers scold the little ones who splashed them, ever eager that mother would join them in the water.
Her Crowning Glory
This Mattapoisett Life
By Marilou Newell
There are apparently more than a few passages in religious manuscripts that speak to what women should do with their hair. Probably the ones we know best go something like, “…a woman’s hair is her crowing glory…”, or, “…gray hair is a crown of glory for it has earned a righteous life…” Female hair has been a topic of interest…Continue
Thought I'd share some 3D printed "Arm Floats" I started making for my daughter a while back. She's been using them for a couple years now, and they've really helped her develop movement and control of her arms. The design has been evolving over time. As parts break, I redesign them to make the stronger. The folks at her school seem to be very good at helping me to find weak spots. I also recently switched from regular rubber bands, which wear out after a couple months, to silicone…Continue
Polyurethane Foam Build
Learn to print your own pair of glasses