Tag Archive: Florida

Summer Florida Weather in a Haiku

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Bursting from the trees a cloud with silver lining heralds the thunder.

overbending

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Wonder in the woods at rivers of moss bending overflowing trees  

One Small Step

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“SantaFeCollege-seal” by Source. Licensed under Fair use via Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:SantaFeCollege-seal.jpg#/media/File:SantaFeCollege-seal.jpg One small step into educational domain: back to the future. For those who don’t know… Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, FL has… Continue reading

Nesting

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Photo from my personal collection. Taken January 23, 2014 in Central Florida. Rock a bye nestling in your mansion with a view against skys of blue.

Reflections

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Photo from my personal collection. Taken January 24, 2014 near Hudson, Florida. In deep reflection, I gaze across the water at life upside down.

School Is Not Out For The Summer

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Photo from the Santa Fe Community College website. School is starting now! But don’t they know it’s summer? What planet is this? Dear Fellow Bloggers: Summer B classes have started and, unfortunately, for me… Continue reading

Bloggers meeting Bloggers

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I’d highly recommend meeting other bloggers if at all possible.   I often tell people that I have a voice and a face for writing.  With my Southern USA accent (y’all), denim cap and… Continue reading

The Floridian way

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My friend, Linda sent me this picture of her son’s back yard.  He moved up north from Florida…and I don’t mean Georgia.  Georgia is simply “up north.”  Connecticut is “Way, way up north”… Continue reading

Winter in Florida

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Waving in the wind, February fills the trees, beckoning luscious.   Today, as I rode homeward in the car, a woman in a bikini was riding a bike on the sidewalk.  Arriving home,… Continue reading

How I Feel about Snow (i.e. why I live in Florida).

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Once again, Austin wrote some intriguing questions on his Jump Start Your Brain blog entry that I can’t answer in a reply.  He lives in  the South Arctic (otherwise known as Maine).  As… Continue reading