Friday Fast One

Mural of hand painted fish of various types.
Artwork in Seattle 5.22 by Tommia Wright
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Thursday Things

An aquarium tank filled with variety of coral and small fish.
Fishtank -11 by Tommia Wright

“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” ~ Jacques Yves Cousteau

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Wednesday Waters

The Great Wheel in Seattle as seen from the pier near the Seattle Aquarium.
On the Waterfront 5.21.22 by Tommia Wright
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Tuesday

Red and yellow flowers.
FLowers 2014 by Tommia Wright
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Monday Moments

A small waterfall surrounded by greenery.
Falls along the McClellan Butte Trail by Tommia Wright

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” ~ Albert Einstein

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Sunday Snapshot

It was a great day to be in the city, yesterday!

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Caturday

A gray and white cat sits on the lower part of a cat tree. Tassels hang behind him.
Kit Takes a Break by Tommia Wright
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Friday Fast One

A bee in the middle of a yellow flower in a garden.
Bee in the Mix 2014 by Tommia Wright

“The hum of bees is the voice of the garden.” ~ Elizabeth Lawrence

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Thursday Things

Gray and white cat curled up on a glider. Behind him, a black and white throw from Eighth Generation. Beside him, a black and white pillowcase from Half Priced Books that has a falling stack of books (in black) and the words "It's not hoarding if it's books." on it.
Kit Chillin’ in the Library 1.2022 by Tommia Wright

Jotting down another
Unknown find
Saving it for payday.
Two or three more should be fine.


Or maybe wait and-
Never mind!
Every new story is a


Marvelous kind
Of journey and affordable
Relaxation. Time to
Escape into another staycation.

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Wednesday Wonders

Mount St. Helens, years after its 1980 eruption on May 18thh.
A plume of smoke can be seen rising from the new dome from within.
Mount St. Helens Plume from Harry’s Ridge

Some weren’t born when St. Helens blew her top.

They learn from ‘old films’ and history books, or where their

Imaginations will stop.

Let’s remember the many

Lives changed, and the many lives lost.

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