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#wesembodiment Photo Challenge


My congregation is doing a Photo Challenge this month, in which everyone is given the same set of 31 words or phrases (well, 30, because one of them is used twice), one for each day of the month. What you … Continue reading

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The Bison in the Park


A couple of months ago at my Sunday morning activity, the platform talk included a heartwarming story of a baby bunny in front of a car that was happily moved to a neighborhood park. With a focus on nurturing our … Continue reading

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Photo of the Day: Parcel Market at Canal Park


This modern urban park (which honors and informs about the history of the site as a canal) in the Navy Yard neighborhood of DC hosted the Parcel Market this weekend, with local artisans, live music, an ice rink, and food.

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Photo of the Day: Kingman and Heritage Islands Park


More fall foliage!

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Happy June


I realized (too late) that it has been too long since I posted anything on this blog. In fact, I neglected this blog for the whole month of May. Among things that happened in May 2015: I turned another year … Continue reading

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In Memory of Duncan


I have some sad personal news: my family dog Duncan died Monday after battling cancer. He spent 11.5 years being the best creature in the universe, and he has left behind a legacy of love, joy, goodness, and goofiness. Here … Continue reading

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Favorite Museum Photos: Nature Centers


Kingman and Heritage Islands Park, located in DC, is the site of a proposed environmental education center. When I visited a year ago, Kingman Island had outdoor classrooms, clusters of rocks or benches where students could sit. Irvine Nature Center, … Continue reading

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