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Posts Tagged ‘semi-brachiator’

the pink petals from the cherry tree that float down every year all over my yard, across the rooftop from the back to the front and side of the house, onto the back porch and bins of recyclables. their pink color fades when it rains

soon, when the cherry tree bears its fruit, a flock of cedar waxwings will visit. They only stay a day or two. I will try to remember to let you know when they are here. Maybe when I get a new camera, which I am determined will be within the next couple of months (you may recall if you’ve been keeping up, that my camera has had a water stain smack-dab in the middle of the lens for over 2 years), I will be able to get a picture (the following is not my photo)

that I could look up on the web the weather in Shanghai, China and also find that the peach blossom celebration there ended on April 10, but that perhaps Paul and Violet will still see and smell the peach blossoms when they get there

the word frilly

things that are frilly

frittilaria even though they won’t grow around here

the search terms people use that land them at twinklysparkles. Today’s best and one of the best of all time: what is a semi brachiator

That’s all I can muster today, but if you can give a definition of semi-brachiator, without looking it up, I’ll give you bonus points. I do not know what the bonus points are for, but I will think of something in good, twinkly time, which is really the best kind of time

I thought of posting some photos that I found on google images when I searched for various word combos with frilly

if you can guess what this is, more bonus points for you

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(4 minutes to midnight, just getting in under the Thankful Thursday wire)

I am grateful for many things today, but I am feeling quiet.

I started teaching at The Alexander Technique School New England yesterday (assisting on the training course in an on-going internship) after about a 2-year hiatus. I will be teaching every-other Wednesday. (This is the school where I trained as an Alexander Technique teacher from 2000-2003).

It felt good to be back and putting hands on and giving good instruction. Really good.

In the world of the Alexander Technique, one thing we learn is how to recognize subconscious habits of tension and reactivity; hence it makes sense that I’ve been feeling quieter today.

I thought of a stupid pun:

undue tension

undo tension

Since I can’t seem to come up with much to write, maybe you’d like to take a gander at this (if you’ve got 10 minutes or so). Amazing and little slice of goofy film making:

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