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Taraxacum officinale

Those colorfully yellow and green migrant flowers from Europe. Ruderals so successful they’re widespread windblown seeds parachute trying their lot everywhere and especially find a loving niche between nicely manicured blades of mono cultured grass. Our lawns. But those golden-maned … Continue reading

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Happy

Well it’s not sitting there treasure like waiting to be unearthed you can’t pay for it looking or study won’t help but if you’re willing to open up and work hard man, it can knock you broadside like a barn … Continue reading

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That’s why the mercy is Divine

Adam and Eve learned falling from trust in their Lord. Climbing back is hard.

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When the big gust comes hard ask not why the bell tolls

You can deny the weather all you like you can ignore my words  or 99% of scientists but Climate? Climate’s a bitch.   Katrina, Wilma, Sandy, Irma, Maria Go ahead and deny them!  I dare you. The sad thing is that … Continue reading

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Sweet Dreams to the Dreamy

Sleep… perchance to dream of me as the warmth comforts yourself all cozzzzzzzzzzy

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Veni, Vidi, Deus Vicit on this day in 1683

King Jan’s cavalry smashed the Turk seige of Wien: an empire fell.

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Whither Withering Devastatress

when Irma came round not polite: we flew to ground and were meat to pound

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