Posted on Friday, December 23, 2011
in Emotional, How To, Relational, Spiritual, Values
Welcome to all the new mysilentscream readers who joined us yesterday!
Here are a few holiday stress-busting suggestions:
Take a warm bath or a long relaxing shower.
Take a walk. Bundle up with a buddy and get your body moving. Walk outside. Look around.
Take a five deep relaxing breaths. Exhale slowly.
Take a nap. Nap – not to hide from your responsibilities, but to retreat, recharge and recover.
Posted on Friday, December 9, 2011
in Emotional, How To, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Values
The premise of the game “Three Truths and a Lie” is to stump your friends by making four statements that all seem to be true, but one is not. Yesterday while playing the with my friends, Cassandra, Xedric, Ash, Shafique, Fernando, and Nick I said, “I am ambidextrous. I have eight pairs of shoes. I have one pet. I have one sister.”
I have no pets, but I had no idea that each and every person would guess that “I have one pet” was the lie.
Posted on Wednesday, December 7, 2011
in Emotional, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Values
I love this picture. It takes me by surprise how much I love capturing this picture.
This little squirrel lives in our backyard. We call this squirrel “Junior White Paws.”
Junior White Paws lives with White Paws in a nest in the tree outside our sliding glass door.
Junior White Paws is an active little squirrels who likes corn, peanuts and clean water.
This little squirrel gets to enjoy cleaner water than millions of people on this planet. Clean, filtered water — free from contaminants — this squirrel is among the wealthy and privileged class of squirrels and people alike.
Posted on Tuesday, December 6, 2011
in How To, Relational, Social, Values
When I was a boy my mom’s parents, my grandparents, liked to call me “Scotty the scientist.” Then, and now, it fits.
I love to learn; about you, our family, our friends, our neighbors, and about our neighborhood squirrels.
Yesterday I showed you a picture of “White Paws.”
White Paws lives in the tree in our backyard.
This summer my wife Amy loved sitting in our backyard. She loved to read and to listen and watch the birds who visited our yard. This year she expanded her bird house collection and feeding schedule.
Posted on Monday, December 5, 2011
Some people shoot squirrels.
I study them.
This is the squirrel we call “White Paws”.
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