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Rhythm

Rhythm

Report From PIA – August 17 Since it was overcast (finally!) it was a perfect day to take photos of the landscape. As I walked around, I appreciated the rhythms of the garden. One way to define rhythm is, “recurring at regular intervals” and this is easy to...
Creating An Experience

Creating An Experience

Report From PIA – August 16 Yesterday on NPR I heard an interview with Elizabeth Dunn who studies consumer happiness for the University of British Columbia. She was talking about what made people happy, and commented, “Well, it turns out that one of the best...
It’s Not Happening

It’s Not Happening

Report From PIA – August 15 It’s officially the middle of August and we can’t in any way think that there is much summer left. Time to fess up and admit that it’s unlikely those stray six-packs and odd small pots are going to get planted. I’ve had good...
Getting Into It

Getting Into It

Report From PIA – August 14 When I was in college and on my way to classes, I used to regularly pass by a poster hung on an office door. It pictured a child, or children, flying out the door of a school building, and the caption read, “The real classroom is...
Staying Power

Staying Power

Report From PIA – August 13 As I walk around Poison Ivy Acres, there are some plants that I marvel at for their endurance. Despite a hot, dry season, and given less than ideal irrigation, these plants continue to shine. Of the five varieties of petunias I...
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