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There’s Something About Trees

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Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
They’re the oldest and largest living things on earth. They make and cleanse most of the air that we breathe — we literally couldn’t survive without them. Perhaps it’s because I’m currently reading Richard Powers’…

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‘Tis the Season to Be Kind

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Originally posted on No Facilities:
My one-liner is inside the video below. That’s my favorite Christmas commercial, and has been on the air for the past 39 years in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Some people say it isn’t the Christmas…

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Dr. Seuss Museum

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Originally posted on No Facilities:
From the museum webpage: The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, the newest museum on the Quadrangle (where four other museums are located), is devoted to Springfield native Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss! Theodor Seuss…

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Hope Springs…

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Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
Hope doesn’t float, nope, it springs. Around this time every year God reminds us he hasn’t given up on us yet. “Hope springs eternal in the human breast Man never is, but always to be…

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Life is Beautiful

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Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
 Yes, life is hard. But it’s also beautiful.  And funny.  And sweet.   And we aren’t the only ones who know it. “If animals spoke, humanity would cry.” ~Manuj Rajput Click on any image to enlarge…

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Forest Fours

Originally posted on Playful Directions:
Yesterday was our first official Forest Four Day.  Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten spent about two hours exploring our Northbound Trail.  The undergrowth sprouted up beyond our knees over the summer, leading to a lovely, wild excursion.…

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Forest 4s: The Real Woods

Originally posted on Playful Directions:
Let us never forget the greatest teacher of all… nature. When children can explore, they learn. Marie Forst does just that with her students. Playful Directions View original post

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