Betsy Johnson: up to wonders

A busy bee, Reader? Or a calm river — it’s your choice, of course, to be one or both, but let’s appreciate what there is to appreciate and let what’s not pass by unseen. Here’s Betsy Johnson’s “up to wonders“:

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Kathleen Hull: The Methods

Get away this weekend, while you have the chance, Reader, if that’s what you need, before some sparkling thing distracts you — follow, for example, Kathleen Hull’s trail in “The Methods“:

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Annie Woods: Amazon Review of Bioré Deep Cleansing Pore Strips (14 Count)

Reader keep your nose clean, why don’t you, or learn about it from Annie Woods’ “Amazon Review of Bioré Deep Cleansing Pore Strips (14 Count)“:

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Esteban Rodríguez: Cupio dissolvi

We’re so grateful, today, to share with you this deeply worn poem by Esteban Rodríguez [>>], “Cupio dissolvi“:

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Amy M. Alvarez: Sometimes

Today’s share, Reader, draws a line between the past and the present, from the past to the present, between the outside and inside. Here’s Amy M. Alvarez’s [>>] “Sometimes“:

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