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Jonathan Caswell:

I KNOW JUSGT WHAT MICHELLE GOES THROUGH…AT ABOUT THE SAME TIME AT NIGHT!

Originally posted on ChristianAuthorChick:

 

This came to me around three a.m, when I was unsucessfully, trying to get some sleep, the muse called and I must answer.

 

Copyright Michelle R Kidwell

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You Were There For Me

Jonathan Caswell:

THIS BLOGGER PUTS OUT—GODD STUFF AND LOTS OF IT! PRAISE GOD! :D

Originally posted on ChristianAuthorChick:

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Happy thoughts

Jonathan Caswell:

LOVE THE VERSE AND PICTURE—GREAT FOR (IN MY TIME ZONE) AN EARLY MORNING READ!!!!!

Originally posted on Poet's Corner:

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Another journey, ears are cold
Morning’s here (or so I’m told)
Five forty-five, a half light’s here
Find the time, get back in gear

Another train, a few more miles
Put on brave face, greet it with smiles
Find some words, write them down
as on I go to London town

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OVERNIGHT

OVERNIGHT

It rained and rained and rained,

Storm sewers definitely strained…

A wicked ice jam

Flooded the land,

Till the ice melted it remained.

–Jonathan Caswell

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Tolani Tunics

Jonathan Caswell:

NOW—THIS, I LOVE THE PATTERN OF!!!!!

Originally posted on ilovethatgift:

For the first time ever http://www.ilovethatgift.com/ is offering these stunning tunics style blouses from Tolani.

Tolani’s designers combine elements of traditional cultures and blend them with the modern design elements to create elegant and fun to wear products. They are committed to producing cutting edge design and the highest quality handcrafted clothing.

Tolani Zoe Blouse Multicolored Blue Silk Fashion Apparel S M L Tolani Zoe Blouse Multicolored Blue Silk Fashion Apparel S M L

The Tolani flannel shirt blouse looks great with jeans or leggings and it has a surprise…

Tolani Emma Plume Flannel Shirt Blouse Multicolored Blue Fashion Apparel S M L Tolani Emma Plume Flannel Shirt Blouse Multicolored Blue Fashion Apparel S M L

This great design on the back! So unexpected and fun.

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Notice the great detail on this silk beauty. The same colorful detail is on the front.

Tolani Heidi Blouse Tunic Silk Fashion Apparel S M L Tolani Heidi Blouse Tunic Silk Fashion Apparel S M L

The gorgeous designs just keep coming.

Tolani Ellie Circles Dress Tunic Top Blouse Multicolored Blue Fashion Apparel S M L Tolani Ellie Circles…

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Great Galloping Goose!

Jonathan Caswell:

IT STILL GOES HONK, HONK, HONK!!!!!

Originally posted on Gunsmoke & Ghouls:

No, not that type of goose…this type of goose…

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Yesterday my family and I went to the Colorado Railroad museum in Golden. If you haven’t been there and are in the area it’s worth checking out, especially if you like history and in particular the early days of the railroad.  The above picture is of one of two Galloping Gooses at the museum. Only seven were ever made back in the 1930’s when it proved cheaper to run them than a locomotive. They were mainly used to transport mail. The Galloping Goose was a converted automobile, this one’s a Plymouth and were referred to as motors rather then engines. They proved to be more profitable since passengers could sit up front in the cab which allowed more room for cargo.  We rode this one on their loop of narrow gauge railroad.  Defintely a fun ride and the information the guide…

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Green, by Marge Hislop

Jonathan Caswell:

THE CHARACTERS WE LOVE! :D

Originally posted on Marge Hislop's Blog:

My Father was a machinist and maintained a two-acre garden of green vegetables.

He loved Nature.

After working in the garden his knees are caked with mud and his feet black from the soil.

His shower does not eliminate the stains he wears with pride.

A man in touch with the earth.

After an evening of harvesting, he carries his best to the neighbors — everyone has fresh vegetables for dinner.

He eats his own meal: meat, potatoes, and bread slathered with butter.

“I never liked vegetables.”

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