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Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

“What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

"It's today," squeaked Piglet.

"My favorite day," said Pooh.
.
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  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-27 11:04:43
    Here's wishing you a wonderful today, everyOne. :)

    “What day is it,?" asked Pooh.

    "It's today," squeaked Piglet.

    "My favorite day," said Pooh.
    .
  • 932 plusses - 209 comments - 365 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
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  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2012-04-29 11:38:48
    The Oasis

    What a great place G+ is for sharing our ideas, our art, and the stuff that tickles us or perhaps disturbs us too. All rich fertile soil for the mind.

    But for me, the real magic of this place is how border-less it is. We can connect and explore with friends we perhaps would have never met before... and so I imagine that for many here, G+ is a little oasis in the desert – a place of refuge, nourishment and succour beyond our common-place situation.

    As G+ expands I come across more and more who don't find it so easy to connect. I know that some -- I'm thinking particularly of those whose mother tongue isn't English -- find it hard to express just what they want to say. Others are just taking the first tentative steps in exploring cultures and ideas that are very different from their own; and others still who have simply never considered sharing in an open place before.

    I sometimes forget this... and miss the little signals and cues that are so much a part of the G+ 'experience'. I still have the remnants of an old habit of getting lost in my busy-ness, and getting so caught up in something I'm on with, that I don't see all that is happening around me. Luckily I have met some good friends here who nudge me and remind me, by example, to keep it real. ;)

    Sooo... if you have ever tried to connect here in this little corner of the G+ woods, and not felt heard, then please know that it is never intentional. There is no-one unwelcome here.

    Have a wonderful new week everyOne. :)
  • 224 plusses - 87 comments - 79 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-13 10:22:11
    I know there are many who would call Banksy's work vandalism, not art... but I think that we (I mean my fellow Englishmen) ought to make him a national treasure... just for the joy of being able to laugh at our own insanity as we drive to work in the morning. In fact, while we're at it let's give him the freedom of the streets... and kudos to him for not getting caught for so long. Thank you Banksy.
  • 41 plusses - 18 comments - 29 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-05 09:49:55
    What would life be like if we could see each as we really are instead of what appears on the surface? ♥

    P.S.. I have not forgotten this place. Your comments and shares have not gone unnoticed! I'm deep into a piece of work at the moment but will be back here soon. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. Ofa atu. :)
  • 63 plusses - 4 comments - 21 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
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  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
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    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
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  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+
  • Nick Smith2011-11-01 11:11:53
    RESHARE:
    Unaccustomed as I am to keeping schtum, I shall resist commenting on this share... because to do so could only detract from the message. Thank you +Mylinda Montroy

    Reshared text:
    Lennon always had a way about him...
  • 46 plusses - 11 comments - 24 shares | Read in G+