Food Taster — Hands on Bowie & Jimi

What’s in the bag? Human food, Sir Jimi. Culinary shrimp salad and outstanding traditional French cheese. No can do, my little sneaky furry friend. I’m not hiring an official food taster. Enjoy this beautiful day, my friends, wherever you are. Peace, love and understanding.

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Monday chuckles — coronageddon edition — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness: For more chuckles: Pets in Isolation Quarantine Kitchen: How to Make Supper Club Cocktails Coronavirus Horse Race (warning: crude language) Ozzy Man Reviews: Self Isolation Compilation #3 (warning: crude language)

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What I’m Not — Source of Inspiration

I am not black or white or any other color or creed. I am not what I wear or where I work. Nothing of this world can define me. What I am is a spark of the Light of the Divine and you are, too. We can ignore this or expand it through intention service […]

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Speak Three Words — Annie’s Poetry

Speak Three Words Tonight the winds Will find us half an earth apart Still I speak to you When I am alone Still I look for your reflection In the mirrors of my eyes Your voice speaks to me Whispers on the wind Speak three words Utter them softly My soul sighs back Time may […]

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Art on Tuesday: Naruto Whirlpools

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This very famous ukiyo-e made by Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重 (1797-1858) is called Naruto Whirlpools in the Awa Province (1855). Naruto is located at the Shikoku coast. The Naruto whirlpools 鳴門の渦潮 are a natural phenomenon, which can be watched even today. Utagawa Hiroshige painted another very similar ukiyo-e with wave motifs shown on Japan Kaleidoskop on August 2013.  It is a View of Mount Fuji at Suruga Beach on the Pacific coast of Honshû.



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