~~July 6, 2014~~
And you can only take one.
“You never forget a language or a musical skill either. Its always there in your head. And also, when I say a ‘master on musical instruments’, I mean one of the best in the world. Also the languages are only communication languages, not programming skills.”
Something to think about, right?
In spoken language, much of the meaning is determined by the context. Spoken language tends to convey subjective information, including the relationship between the speaker and the audience, whereas written language tends to convey objective information.
A musical instrument is a device created or adapted to make musical sounds. In principle, any object that produces sound can be a musical…
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Come out from there my dearest one
There is no place to hide
For what you seek to escape
Is nothing but you
Fall in love with yourself
Do it head over heels!
There’s a Beauty deep within
Blinding evil eyes that stare
Lull your mind to sleep
Hush your desires still
Let your courage come alive
Born from the light of faith inside
Divorce your false self
Let your soul rein free
It will fall over laughing
Simply looking at the face of fear
You have everything you need
There’s no need to be afraid
Come out from your hiding place
Experience the miracle that is You
Fairies gladden, sharing beauty,
Fences cannot hold them back.
They dance in and out of spindles
Spreading magic along their track.
Copyright 2014 Brenda Davis Harsham
Happy Monday! I’ll soon be traveling and changing time zones, but I will still be in search of magic. May you find some in your life, too! My heart shines with joy at beginning a summer adventure. I hope you go adventuring, too! And I have discovered the joy of compression bags and packing cubes. LOL These are quite magical things not unlike Hermione’s beaded bag in Book 7 of Harry Potter. How I long for Hermione’s beaded bag… What are you longing for?
19-year-old Helena Muffly wrote exactly 100 years ago today:
Tuesday, July 7, 1914: Nothing doing.
Her middle-aged granddaughter’s comments 100 years later:
Since Grandma didn’t have much to say a hundred years ago today, I’m going to share some pictures of floral arrangements in baskets.
According to the June, 1914 issue of Ladies Home Journal:
If one can afford to have only a few receptacles for flowers, then baskets would well be chosen. Nowadays the shops show inexpensive shapes to meet every requirement, and the clever woman will not find them difficult to make.