via You see 45 but you vaguely remember 54, the way the brain is processing simply is a little screwed up = dyslexia..
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You see 45 but you vaguely remember 54, the way the brain is processing simply is a little screwed up = dyslexia.. Which kinda force’s the brain to create a mirror image, which in effect shows itself also in written word’s, because our body creates motor body to motor brain distortion..…
Harry Houdini was born today in 1874. In 1721, Johann Sebastian Back first published the “Six Brandenburg Concertos.” Also, the Exxon Valdez spilled 240,000 barrels of oil in Prince William Sound in Alaska in 1989. Do you remember when that even happened? I know I do. It’s interesting how we remember random events, don’t you think? Do youContinue reading “TUESDAY MAGIC AND FUN FACTS OF THE DAY”
The hose has seen a lot of action this week. I don’t recall the last time it rained, this is the last 6 weeks of our dry season. I have a irrigation system and detest hand watering – the exception, I will water containers. I am watering in the garden after the irrigation runs. I […]Continue reading “Six on Saturday – Bone Dry — The Shrub Queen”
via It’s how we understand where to support the body, which helps our bodies vital organs maintain our bodies true health..
Hello, everyone, and welcome to another beautiful day! I hope your weekend was full of fun and adventure. March weather is definitely unpredictable. We went for a hike yesterday and we were met with a fresh frosting of SNOW ❄️! It made the ground sound crunchy so all I could thinkContinue reading “Monday Miracles”
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First of all, this has nothing to do with American college basketball. March Madness is a college basketball tournament, I would rather read about invasive weeds than watch basketball. College football is a different story. That I will watch. South Florida seemingly lacks seasons. Spring is subtle, but here. Almost everything takes a few months […]Continue reading “In a Vase on Monday – March Madness — The Shrub Queen”