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Aug. 19th, 2017 05:13 pm
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when you go to the doctor & are asked to give your birthday date for then to look you up in the records (do they do that everywhere or just where i live?) does anyone else have to think for a while?

i have have to sort though my brother's, my dad's, my mother's birthday before i get to my birthday.

and i have to remember phone numbers, PINs, addresses & social security number.

at times it's just too much.
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mrkinch: Erik holding fieldglasses in "Russia" (binocs)
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I always hope that the fog will be below the ridge so that the east side will be sunny, but the best I got between 7 and 9 am was drifting fog without wind. First I walked a quarter mile or so up Nimitz Way (in blowing fog). Very quiet; best birds were two fledgling ravens, or at least that's my guess given the fluffy feathers around their legs, with somewhat ratty head feathers, and the fact that they really didn't want to fly (though they finally did). Then I went down Inspiration Trail a quarter mile or so, just up to the junction with the track down to the power towers. I hoped for bluebirds but although I think I heard one, it wasn't enough to be sure. There was one mixed flock on the way down, but that was it, and I didn't have time to hang around to see if it would ever clear (hasn't so far). Best bird there was Townsend's warbler. So an even shorter list: )

Really, I just wanted to go out for a bit because I'm largely packed for tomorrow and don't want to spend all/em> day stressing about it. For that it was definitely worth going.

8/18/2017 The Nature Area

Aug. 18th, 2017 12:47 pm
mrkinch: Erik holding fieldglasses in "Russia" (binocs)
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I started out not very early (I was the third car in the lot but the other two left while I was getting geared up!) under heavy fog and spent almost four hours walking up and down the Nature Area. Specifically ) It was so quiet! Even after the sun came out, there wasn't even the activity of Wednesday. Bird of the day was Swainson's thrush; at least two were making the 'drip' call between the boardwalk and Lower Packrat Trail, more calls than I generally hear this late in the season. Barely long enough to bother: )

But it was very beautiful, so have some pics of flowers and water. )

Challenge #665: pedigree

Aug. 18th, 2017 11:39 am
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Welcome to [community profile] dw100. Challenges are posted approximately once a week.

Challenge #665 is pedigree.

The rules:
  • All stories must be 100 words long.
  • Please place your story behind a cut if it contains spoilers for the current season.
  • Remember, you don't have to use the challenge word or phrase in your story; it's just there for inspiration.
  • Please include the challenge word or phrase in the subject line of your post.
  • Please use the challenge tag 665: pedigree on any story posted to this challenge.
darthneko: ([writing] ley lines)
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Hopefully last of the really LONG prompts! Also possibly the last structured prompts - there's too many of the rest of the list that don't really apply, I'd be better off funneling the energy into actual words for this.

16) Magic )


Nagori Worldbuilding
Terre Prime Worldbuilding

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