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Day 2729: Stoned

You might think, from looking at this photo,

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that somebody was stoned when Michael and I gathered with my son Aaron and my ex-in-laws for my first social gathering since March. I don’t think so, but who knows? And even though it might not look like it, I kept a stone’s throw distance from my son Aaron and my ex-in-laws, too.

You might think that I chose the title for today’s post because I took these photos of stones yesterday:

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You might think I was stoned when I took some of these photos, but I was not.

Who needs to get stoned when I  can look at scenes like these?

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Do Harley or Oscar look stoned?

I wonder if Oscar will feel stoned when I bring him out for a walk in his new stroller.

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Here‘s Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and many others performing “Everybody Must Get Stoned” at Farm Aid in 1986:

Please don’t throw any stones when you comment on this “Stoned” post, below.

Finally, stoned gratitude from me to you!

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Day 2714: What’s on the horizon?

When you look ahead, what’s on the horizon?

Do you see

  • clouds?
  • darkness?
  • light?
  • hope?
  • despair?
  • change?
  • stagnation?
  • revolution?
  • evolution?
  • hate?
  • love?
  • indifference?
  • violence?
  • peace?
  • misunderstanding?
  • understanding?
  • wounds?
  • healing?
  • ruptures?
  • connection?

What’s on the horizon in this photo?

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Here‘s “Beyond the Horizon” with nice scenery on the horizon.

What’s on the horizon for comments about this post?

Gratitude is always on the horizon here.

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