Monthly Archives: August 2019

Flower of the Day 8/30/19 – Its All About the Attitude

It is our attitude at the beginning of a difficult task which, more than anything else, will affect its successful outcome.

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Fungus Friday 6

No face in the fungus today.

No face in the fungus today.

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This Bud Is For You

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Flower of the Day 8/28/19 – Inhale Exhale

When someone treats you badly it’s because they feel bad. Don’t inhale their bad feelings. Breathe it out then hope they inhale your inner peace.


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Flower of the Day 8/27/19 – New Beginnings

“Although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.”

~ Carl Bard

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Flower of the Day 8/26/19 – What Returns

“Be a reflection of what you’d like to receive. If you want love, give love. If you want truth, be truthful. What you give out will always return.”

Kristen Butler

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Fungus Friday 5

I forgot to post my Fungus Friday on Friday so better late than never here it is today.

What do you see when you you look at this mushroom?  I see a face, do you?

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Turning Over a Brick

While cutting the grass today I had to move a brick and when I turned it over I find these 2 snails just resting there.

The official name for snails is gastropod mollusks. Click the link to learn some interesting facts.

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What a Difference 5 Days Makes

This morning when I go out to check on the luffas progress I am astonished as to how much it has grown in just 5 days.

From Monday 8/19/19

Tuesday 8/20/19

Wednesday 8/21/19

Saturday 8/24/19

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Hidden No More

When in Outer Banks NC, I always go to the Coastal NC Refuges Gateway Center to show my grandson or niece what animals are native to the area. So I have done this atleast 7 times in the last 8 years.

On our way back I noticed a new attraction, or should i say new to me, it was Island Farm. I was advised that Island Farm has been there for over 10 years. I don’t know how the sign was missed since it is on the main road.

The Farm is very interactive for both kids and adults and all the staff we spoke with were very knowledgable.

Due to it being a rainy day were not able to stay too long.

Before we left Arai was able to pet a cow, feel freshly sheared wool, play a game that kids once played, and pick eggs from the chicken coop.

Arai did enjoy his visit.

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