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Awake!

Quote of the Day:  Today is life – the only life you are sure of. Make the most of today. Get interested in...

Awake!
posted on: Dec 6, 2013 | author: Mary Aalgaard

The Travel Bug

  Quote of the Day:  Taking a page from my own photo album (circa 1988).   Here I am having a snack at the...

The Travel Bug
posted on: May 30, 2013 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Open to Zipping off on a Bike

Quote of the Month: Open the window in the center of your chest and let the spirits fly in and out. Rumi (My theme...

Open to Zipping off on a Bike
posted on: Apr 30, 2013 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Open to Adventure

Quote of the Day:  Go forth seeking adventure. Open your eyes, your ears, your mind, your heart, your spirit and...

Open to Adventure
posted on: Jul 6, 2012 | author: Mary Aalgaard

O is for Opportunity

The Quote of the Day that inspired my A to Z Blogging Challenge theme – A Word for the Day that takes on many...

O is for Opportunity
posted on: Apr 17, 2012 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Adventure Awaits the Daring, or Run! ...

Quote of the Day:  Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first...

Adventure Awaits the Daring, or Run! You’re going to miss the bus!
posted on: Mar 25, 2012 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Fall is My New Year

Quote of the Day:  Though I have seen the oceans and mountains, though I have read great books and seen great works...

Fall is My New Year
posted on: Sep 7, 2011 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Slip Slidin’ Away

Quote of the Day: from the song River It’s coming on Christmas They’re cutting down trees They’re...

Slip Slidin’ Away
posted on: Nov 22, 2010 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Adventure! Who knew?

Quote of the Day:  Mommy, your blog is just going to get bigger and bigger. – sweet, sweet words from my...

Adventure! Who knew?
posted on: Sep 6, 2010 | author: Mary Aalgaard

Boy Use for Ordinary Things

Quote of the Day:  Imagination is more important than knowledge. – Albert Einstein Boys can invent a new use...

Boy Use for Ordinary Things
posted on: May 3, 2010 | author: Mary Aalgaard
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