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I hope today places in each of us a special moment or two.

With this posting, I am working on sharing
another of the awards that I may…
in my appreciation for bloggers that I read…


from BelsBror


There is no requirement to accept this award or on how to display or pass it on… in fact if any other reader wants one, please accept that I would like you to have it too.


Laura lauraslosingit.wordpress.com
Amy herladypinkrose.wordpress.com
Robert poormakingmanyrich.com
Kimberly kimberlyharding.wordpress.com
Eve sathyasaimemories.wordpress.com
Ms Chun chun2013.wordpress.com
D Parker yadadarcyyada.com
Cindy cindyknoke.com
Marcus marcusampe.wordpress.com
V Woods vwoods1212.wordpress.com
Dawn findingmyinnercourage.wordpress.com
Tom tomhuff.wordpress.com
Martha inlovewiththelord.wordpress.com
Silent Dugood silentdugood.wordpress.com
Barbara idealisticrebel.wordpress.com
Madelein madeleinemaya.wordpress.com
sachemspeaks sachemspeaks.wordpress.com
Brad writingtofreedom.wordpress.com
Stefanie hopeandloveradio.wordpress.com
Nadine soulofagypsy.me
Glorialana glorialana.wordpress.com
Esther hortusclosus.wordpress.com
Jenna Dee jennadee222.wordpress.com
Karen ourenchantingadventure.com
Christine swimintheadultpool.com
Marlyn kintal.wordpress.com
Sherri sherriofpalmsprings.wordpress.com
Michele lifeasagarden.wordpress.com
Sue suzjones.wordpress.com
Elizabeth stephensfeather7.wordpress.com
Patty petitemagique.wordpress.com
Kate katebortell.wordpress.com
Joe iamforchange.wordpress.com
Elizabeth stephensfeather7.wordpress.com
Sue suedreamwalker.wordpress.com
Gina professionsforpeace.com
Kimberly abundantlifeinitiative.com
Laloca lalocabrujita.wordpress.com
DarcSunshine youthofanation.com
Debra ptero9.com
Line pathsofthespirit.wordpress.com
Coach Muller goodtimestories.wordpress.com
The Sage theinvisiblesage.wordpress.com

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Laura's Losing It...


Two little girls were riding their bikes one morning while I was running.  We were sharing a paved trail which used to be train tracks that went through my hometown in rural Indiana.  It was particularly beautiful on this morning, as it was early June and trees, shrubs, and flowers were on either side of the trail.  Beyond the side of the trail, cornfields and wooded areas.  It was early in the morning, so the sunlight was poking through the trees, creating the most beautiful display of light and shadow.  Birds were singing, and chipmunks and squirrels were in search of food, running in front of me and up random tree branches.  It was a beautiful day, and I certainly needed to be reminded of beauty.

It was the morning before my grandma’s funeral, so naturally I was feeling down and a little uninspired.

But these two little girls lifted…

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