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An Essay About Life in the Shenandoah Valley

AnnaMaria Johnson and Steven David  Johnson capture perfectly why I love living in this place so much.  “What It’s Like Living Here”, a multimedia essay, was published on-line today at Numero Cinq.

Here’s a little box turtle preview:

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Salamander Slam on Being Seen vs. Being Observed

Renowned peacebuilder and poet John Paul Lederach spoke here at EMU recently about so many things…  including how respect is to “see again, with care”. Artist and philosopher Dave over at  Salamander Slam takes that a step further –  describing the experience of being photographed by his friend.

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Double Rainbow Reprise

Oh-so-talented-brand-new-colleague-and-pal-photographer Steven David Johnson captured the glorious essence of that double rainbow in the Shenandoah Valley earlier this week.  Senjoyq.

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The Weekly Rupert – 1/24

Awwww Baddoggie!  This scene greeted me when I returned from yoga class on Saturday.   I left this boy with a friend for six months when I lived in Geneva last spring and I think he’s still mad – this has been happening squiteq a bit lately.  Lots of coffee grounds and fruit peels to extract from the living room carpet. Ruuuuuuupeeerrrrrrrt!

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