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Day 954: Baggage

We’re in amazing Edinburgh!

I’ve got plenty of

  • scenery, outside our hotel room,

  • interesting things to notice in Boston, London, Scotland, and in-between,



  •  love  and concern — from caring people around the world — and
  • easy ways to continue my venerable tradition of blogging  955 days in a row (although probably at different posting times, while my son, my excellente ex-sister-in-law, Deborah, and I are here).

At this writing I do NOT have plenty of

… baggage.

But who needs baggage in this beautiful world of ours, with so many great sights and sounds?

Plus, Deborah just messaged me — on my iPhone — that “delivery process has been initiated” for our bags.

I got plenty of gratitude for people who initiate solutions, my son Aaron, my excellente ESIL Deborah, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, brilliant and stupendous people in London, Scotland, and elsewhere, and you — of course! — no matter what baggage you’re carrying around, today.

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