PERSPECTIVE on Memorial Weekend

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Some things may seem little or insignificant, but it’s opposite, and visa versa. It depends on the perspective (also vantage point)!

This  little bridge just looks “little,” because I am looking down
from the path I’m walking on – Balboa Park, San Diego
One Word Sunday – Angle

 

 

Thank you veterans – many of them are my neighbors – for your hospitality, sacrifices made when you were young, and  the damage to the body and soul you have taken.

 

Some turn their nose up at an leftover,
but when it’s turned into something
yummy like this, it will be our little secret:)
The recipe from my spiritual momma B. , click on the menu top right-
and this Casserole with leftover Turkey is after the lists
Makro-Tex– Yummy

 

 

 

One perspective is that  leaves crown a tree. But think about it –
without good bones (branches) there won’t be substantial crown on this tree
Sunday Tree, Good Fences

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Dan Antion says:

    I love leftovers, especially when turned into something different!

  2. jesh stg says:

    I usually don’t like leftovers, but with this dish, the meat is actually the only leftover ingredient.

  3. Angie says:

    I love leftovers; it usually means there more than one thing to choose from for lunch or dinner!

  4. becca givens says:

    I LOVE leftovers — the taste, more often than not, is better than when first served.
    Beautiful old tree!

  5. Debbie Smyth says:

    A good angle to take Jesh

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