Day 2504: There’s a magic about you

My co-worker Alice, who has a magic about her, has this sign about you in her office:

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YOU ARE

UNREPEATABLE.

THERE IS A MAGIC

ABOUT YOU THAT

IS ALL YOUR OWN…

– D. M. DILLINGER

 

Because there’s a car about me that wouldn’t start up in my work garage last night, I’m going to make this post very short.  I’m hoping that the car trouble is unrepeatable but just in case it isn’t,  here are all my other photos from yesterday. Is there a magic about them?

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What’s the magic about you, here and now?

I have magic gratitude about me,  so thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — to my magic readers.

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Categories: group therapy, personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , | 14 Comments

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14 thoughts on “Day 2504: There’s a magic about you

  1. Keep working your magic 🙂

  2. Your car is way too new for this type of voodoo, Ann!

  3. A greatly under-appreciated line from Gregory Hines in A History Of The World Part 1 is, “Don’t be square, mon cher. Movies is magic!”
    And what is life if not our very own movie?

  4. Let’s hope it was a passing phase, a temporary aberration, a once in a lifetime car hiccup!

  5. The most magical photo must be the one with your beauty sitting almost in the middle of the star, Ann 🙂

  6. Me and magic do not go hand in hand, I would like it we did

  7. Pingback: Day 2505: What are they thinking? | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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