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Slow Your Wild Down

Published on April 2, 2014 By julie gosh

    I was down in Florida last week, and as I walked out of a hole-in-the-wall hot dog place, there was this sign on the back door:   Slow Your  Wild  Down   It was a tiny place, and I’m thinking they weren’t wanting people rushing out the back door or else they might […]

What’s Your View?

Published on October 5, 2011 By julie gosh

  Yesterday I was picking up my son from his high school and decided to take a photo of the spot I stand in while waiting for him.  Here it is:     Not bad uh?  This is the “lake” that flows through the center of Austin, and my son’s high school is right next […]

The Delusion of Illusion

Published on September 15, 2011 By julie gosh

    “The only thing to be saved from is our illusions about ourselves and others.” -Marianne Williamson   When I first heard Marianne say these words, I literally stopped the video I was watching because I was so impacted by what she had said. The only thing to be saved from is our illusions […]

Facing Life Head-On

Published on August 25, 2011 By julie gosh

    A few weeks ago I was driving down Highway 290, here in Austin, on my way to pick up my son from his rock-climbing camp.  I was in a great mood, having a really good day, and before I knew it something was flying straight at the front of my car.  The next […]

Been Flying Lately?

Published on June 30, 2011 By julie gosh

I was driving out in the Texas countryside recently and I got to witness a crop-duster doing their thing.  Have you ever seen a crop-duster “perform” their magic? I was riveted.  At first glance I thought the plane was a massive remote control plane (as silly as that sounds) because it was swooping and curling […]

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