SQUARES – Perspective – Crowded?

Toto, I don’t think we are in Kansas anymore!?!

I took this photo several years ago at a Heart Walk fundraising event in Tampa, Florida. Quite the turnout, but are we seeing this today? In most places, no! While the riots are still going on, yes! The sad part about this perspective is no one needed to worry about wearing a mask, keeping their social distance or whether or not they would survive another day!

I’ve added a video clip to in hopes you feel like this is all make believe! Will we ever get over the rainbow?

Day 28 – Squares – Perspective

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18 Comments on “SQUARES – Perspective – Crowded?

    • Yes, well. I just got back from the post office to get my orders out & there was one dumb ass in the post office with no mask. I had to go in because they were too big to fit in the slot outside. And she had a medical badge on. What is wrong with people?

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  1. Especially during these days of how an enormously wide spectrum of conflict beyond belief is doing everything possible to rent the fabric of hope from our lives, methinks ’tis a good thing not to forget the following bit of wisdom from a past president. And yes, Lisa, what better way of perceiving this wisdom, and what lies ahead, than with your immortal words “Our Eyes Open.”

    “We have always held to the hope, the belief, the conviction that there is a better life, a better world, beyond the horizon.” — Franklin D. Roosevelt

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