Late night letter for Liebster

Thanks to aei.03* I have been nominated for my 2nd Liebster award.* Thank you https://aeipril.wordpress.com/about/  for nominating me – aei.03* is a lovely writer and I enjoy her poetry. If you want to learn more about her, you are invited to view her blog! Continue reading

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A Giant

@HelenC. Your post about dad as a giant, yet human has echoed in my mind through the Summer and often since you originally posted, how often the opportunity for relationship to mature and stay the same somehow. To my readers, visit Helen’s blog and enjoy!

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This is my submission for Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Large Subjects

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Every little girl thinks her dad is a giant. He could lift her up to touch stars, laugh with such a force that shakes the ground, and scare monsters away just by showing them his face.

My dad was my giant… for many years.

One day when I was in junior high Dad took me to downtown by letting me ride in the back of his bike. When we reached a big hill, he started peddling hard, but it didn’t take me long to realize that he couldn’t make it to the top. How could this be possible? My dad CAN do anything!

I leaned forward, moved my body back and forth, and lifted myself off the seat… I wanted to reduce my weight so Dad could make it to the top.

After some struggling, Dad got off…

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Catch it if You Can | Picasso Sculpture Exhibit NYC

Hello @travelmagnolia ! Reblogging on http://trudistreasures.com for my East Coast followers to make plans to Protest the Snow this Winter and go see this! Thanks again for such beauty!

PSST !!! Please go to her site to comment!  She did the work!  xox

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Catch it if You Can spotlights exhibits, plays and musicals, and other time-sensitive special events.

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On view at The Museum of Modern Art until February 7, 2016, Picasso Sculpture is the first major exhibit of the artist’s three-dimensional work since MoMA’s 1967 survey The Sculpture of Picasso. The show’s 100 works encompass the different periods in which Picasso created sculptures. The entire fourth floor is devoted to this show and merits at least a half-day to fully appreciate the breadth and depth of his oeuvre (but if you only have an hour or two, don’t miss it).

Good to know: Members can enter the exhibit at 9:30 a.m., an hour before general admission and avoid the crowds.

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