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July 2016

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Things that go bump in the night

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Feeling restless, I got up from bed to go to the bathroom.  I felt around with my toe on the floor, not wanting to step on our dog, Simon, who I knew was sleeping right next to our bed.  At 3:30 a.m. in the morning, with…

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Wild about wildflowers

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The vibrant pink color confronting me was overwhelming.  Contrasted against the green tundra with snow capped mountains in the background, it felt like a scene straight of “The Sound of Music”.  It was all I could do to keep myself from breaking out into “Climb Every…

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Fifty-eight degrees

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Driving up from Boulder, I opened the car window and shut the air conditioner off for a change.  It actually felt… comfortable, instead of the typical 90+ degree oppressive.  I watched the exterior temperature gauge inside my car steadily drop as I made my 15-mile drive back to…

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Rainbows

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The sky seemed to darken with clouds.  Then a flash of light, followed shortly by the rumble of thunder.  Over the next several minutes, the lightning and thunder got closer and closer, and giant drops of rain fell, pattering on the skylight.  The cool air and…

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