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Look Outside the Box

While out and about running errands and appointments, I stopped for a bite to eat. This cool looking green ceramic bird candle caught my eye. The yellow blouse behind it was nice as well.

I have never seen a green bird before. It was something different to see and it reminded me to look outside the box as I go along this thing called life. 

There is often more than what I see in my backyard.


  • Do you often need reminders to change your routine?

    • Yes
    • No


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Written by Carol DM

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  1. We don’t have any cool green birds here either. Not real ones that is. I have seen one that was a yellowish green here though. Cool looking candle and shirt. The shirt looks comfy and I like that material.
    I change my routine by going to different places when I hike. Other than that. I do the same routine every day, so I totally understand. Was that in the place you had lunch at?

    • Yes Kim, this was at Cracker Barrel. They always have tons of cool stuff. I just liked the green bird with the candle, he was about two feet tall, pretty big. And the blouse was really nice as well. May have to go back for the one. πŸ™‚

      I know you seem to always be finding new places to hike and share with us.

      • Oh, I miss the cracker barrel. We don’t have them here. Boo!!! I want some biscuits and gravy please! I love to just look around at all the merchandise. Love the honeys and jams. Yum!
        Thank you and they all have the same theme. WATER!! I actually follow someone who goes and finds all the waterfalls in the country and hikes them. Wouldn’t that be something.

  2. FYI the Amazon ad for your post was a lot of Green Ceramic Birds!

    Your point is so spot on. I know, I travel from my house to my office in a simply amazing forest. From my house to the Potomac River is filled with history. White’s Ferry, used to move troops across the river during the Civil war and during the Revolutionary War.

    I have to remember to stop sometimes, and just enjoy the majesty!


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