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There are multiple ways to feel small. In my case the physical challenges of being a small person are things I have learned to live with.
Early last Saturday as I drove north on the Fairfax County Parkway, I was mesmerized by the rolling purple, gray mountains on the horizon. However, there are no mountains to be viewed from that particular point of the road and indeed I was staring at a bank of clouds.
Every Halloween I dress up as a witch. It’s not the only costume I could create from stuff I already have, but it’s the easiest. I wear a lot of black anyway, so just add an old graduation robe, my large pointy witch hat and there you have it, a witch!
Some of us are better at following directions than others. There may be any number of reasons why we stray from doing what we are told. Clearly, not bothering to read the directions is the first step toward failure for many. I will not name names.
My newest favorite PBS show is Landscape Artist of the Year. Not landscaping artist. No, these are professional and amateur artists who recreate the landscape they are shown using their favorite medium. It’s a contest and they create “En Plein Air”, which is fancy for outside. Some comment that to be working outside is a first for them and very inspiring.
What comes to your mind when someone asks you if a particular person is an old friend? Do you think of someone older in years? Maybe you think of someone who used to be a friend but may not be any longer.