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Blossoms, Benches and More!

Blossoms and BenchesMarch 15, 2013 – 4 Nisan, 5773

Beauty radiates
Pinkness flows
Cherry blossoms swirl

–Lorri M.

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This week I reviewed Nehama Leibowitz: Teacher and Bible Scholar. I also reviewed Freud’s Sister-A Novel.
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Hannah posted a great sounding vegetarian loaf recipe.

Leora’s post, Local Groups: Forming an Art, Writing or Tennis Group, is very helpful.

Robin’s photograph of Lupine Hill is stunning.

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Shabbat Shalom!

March 15, 2013 – 4 Nisan, 5773

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Sunday Scenes – March 3, 2013

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The way the cherry blossom stood out through the shadows was very uplifting. I liked the way it was illuminated while soaking up the sun.

Visit Shadow Shot Sunday for more shadowy scenes.

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March 3, 2013 – 21 Adar I, 5773

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Cherry Blossoms Departing

It is time for Nature Notes Wednesday, and also Outdoor Wednesday.

The cherry blossoms are fading, falling off, dropping to the ground before my eyes, and leaving their branches bare and empty, where glorious beauty reigned for a short time. The season is so short, and once those beauties depart, what remains are the barren branches, lovely in their own right, and the blossoms that lay on the ground, also lovely in their fading glory.

Those gorgeous cherry blossoms are a testament to life, to how short it is in actuality, and also a testament for us to make the most of our time here on the planet.

Oh, and always remember to say I love you to those you love and cherish on a daily basis, including members of the natural environment.

Until I see your beautiful blossoms again, next year, just know I loved your glorious colors. They brought smiles to my face and to my heart.

April 17, 2012 – 25 Nisan, 5772

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