Day 2976: What do you see?

What do you see, here and now?

Do you see how what you see is affected by your

  • mood,
  • formative experiences,
  • assumptions,
  • habits,
  • perspective,
  • fears,
  • hopes, and
  • awareness about what other people might see?

What do you see in today’s images?

What do you see in that photo of last night’s dinner? What you DON’T see are the little pin-bones Michael could not remove from the sablefish before cooking it.

What do you see in this old video created by my son Aaron, who turns 23 today?

What will I see in the comments section, below? Perhaps comments about what you see.

What do you see at the end of every blog post from me? Gratitude.

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20 thoughts on “Day 2976: What do you see?

  1. I see a tasty dinner from which I wouldn’t mind picking out the bones

  2. I see that Aaron is working towards his next appearance at The Fringe!

  3. Eating around those pin bones might be like walking on LEGOs, Ann.

  4. Debbie T

    Happy birthday to Aaron!

  5. puella33

    I see a great job of Aaron’s video- Congratulations to him

  6. While I can’t see Aaron’s birthday I hope it’s a happy one. I can see a cool cat, some tasty fish, and a funny video that’s one of my favorite examples of a mondegreen.

  7. I see harley checking out your dinner, I see a happy future for your birthday boy, Aaron, and I see whimsy

  8. I’ve walked on legos o o f

  9. I see goodness in Aaron and wish him a happy birthday! I see goodness in the new President’s WH pets, and Harley’s cousin in the UK:

  10. Happy Birthday to Aaron, first and foremost!

    I do prefer to put happy images in my head as much as possible. That’s a challenge sometimes, I admit. But right now I’m looking out the window at a squirrel eating at the bird feeders, making a mess, but also giving me a chuckle.

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