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"I tried once to open too many doors at a time, it was unproductive and confusing.
I just learned the last lesson, Dad. I'm supposed to open just one at a time, and only when I reach them along the path, this 'hike' we are taking. That's when the key fits, and opens the lock perfectly, every time. Thank you, Dad. I love you, and miss you. I am blessed with an amazing husband now, he holds my hand as we walk along paths too. We are climbing a little steeper now, with more effort, and thinner air. But I'm not worried. I am looking up. I am living in the moment, being now. Because when we get to the next door, along our path, I know, Dad, . . . that key is going to fit, perfectly!"

excerpt from Pony, 6/6/2013 post
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Lizard Lecture at the Leaf Lectern

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Mr. Ken and I took a 'walk about' on Pine Island at the Randall Research Center on the 'Calusa Heritage Trail'.

Amazing pics of the Calusa Indians' shell mounds (ancient hills built of shells) to come.

When finishing our walk, in keeping with my bad habit of looking down that my Father always teased me about, I spied this Reptilian Orator to be!

This little Chameleon Chatter was at his 'Leaf Lectern' ready to commence a speakin!

We had to giggle as this little guy never moved a muscle from his photo op spot! What a grandstander!

Keep looking up! (or in my case, down~) :)

thinking of you, Dad, as you would sing Froggy Went a Courtin when we hiked.


shitake says:

Fantastic! :)

22nd Jun 2015, 00:35

Thank you, Shitake! This little lizard froze in motion to pretend he was 'just a leaf''. Mr. Ken was able to get a close up and little lizard never moved! How Cool! Thank you for your comment and the read!

22nd Jun 2015, 00:57

shitake says:

My pleasure. :)

22nd Jun 2015, 01:35

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