- Pick up all the trash in an area in your hometown; be its guardian. Tell others about it.
- Be friendly to everyone at all times; experiment outrageously.
- Buy local when possible, if not by “Made in USA”.
- Always speak up for justice, no matter how much it costs.
- Go once a week on a “house call” to a nursing home to cheer people up as a friend.
- Go for a walk, angels speak to you when you walk.
- Consider being silly in public. Sing out loud. Wear funny stuff.
- Find ways to need a whole lot less money; share beyond belief.
- Have potlucks frequently, with neighbors, co-workers, and strangers. Work toward living in extended families.
- Take your vacations in your own hometown and spend the money working on projects there that help build community.
- Protect those smaller and weaker than yourself
- When you see someone who needs help…HELP
- Stop caring about what others think of you
“TREATS” (Candy, Chocolate Bar, Cake, Pie, Ice Cream, Comfort Food,…)
Next Week: CURVES (Undulating Hills, Winding Roads, Circles, Spheres, Twisted,…
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I’ve been drinking this since I was a kid. Because I’m a diabetic I don’t drink one except every 4 months or so.
This stand at the Suwannee River in Fanning Springs, Florida. The river has a lot of history in the early Florida settlements. Today most Floridians have played or fished on part of the great river. Every time any of us are on or by the river the song plays in our heads. “Old Folks at Home” is a minstrel song written by Stephen Foster in 1851. Since 1935 it has been the official state song of Florida, although in 2008 the original lyrics were expurgated.
The are Coke Ovens. Coke is a fuel with few impurities and a high carbon content, usually made from coal. It is the solid carbonaceous material derived from destructive distillation of low-ash, low-sulfur bituminous coal. Cokes made from coal are grey, hard, and porous. While coke can be formed naturally, the commonly used form is man-made. The form known as petroleum coke, or pet coke, is derived from oil refinery coker units or other cracking processes.