First Five Fragments for Friday

1. The therapeutic aspects of sauteing mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, and kalamata olives, then mixing all that with feta and oregano, then rolling that mixture up in butterflied pork tenderloin, baking it and feeding it to three other people cannot be overestimated.

2. Human beings never get tired of seeing that full moon on a dark night just as we never get tired of the welcome light on someone’s porch.

3. Fedoras are sexy.

4. When there are only about six flakes of snow, that does not count as the first snowfall of the season and it’s a disappointing finale to a forecast for flurries.

5. I used to collect pieces of stone – malachite, quartz, amethyst, fluorite, moss agate – and pile them up on a saucer on my desk where I could rub my fingers across them while I pondered the next word. Why did I ever think that was too much clutter for my space? I miss them.

And your fragments are….?

Happy Friday. Happy Veteran’s Day. And, if you’re a vet, thank you.

Enjoy the 11-11-11 fun.

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  1. Hey Constance – I hear that a lot about the full moon from my friends who are in nursing and social services. There must be something to it! But that has never stopped me from feeling compelled to gaze at that full moon whenever I get the chance.

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