Today Is Fantastic!

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There is no shortcut to life. To the end of our days, life is a lesson imperfectly learned.
–Harrison E. Salisbury

Harrison E. Salisbury was a war reporter from the Second World War. He was an American. In the Viet Nam war he provided evidence that U.S. bombing was murdering thousands of Vietnamese civilians. The Johnson administration had assured the world that they were only permitting “surgical strikes” when performing bombing operations. Harrison E. Salisbury exposed Johnson’s lie. No doubt he paid a price of some sort. Salisbury also received a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting.

Of course today is fantastic! I will not allow it to be any less than that.

So I will get to the point! This morning’s breakfast was a smoothie. It was delicious and why wouldn’t it be?

It consisted of: One cup of coconut milk, 1/2 a cup of water, one banana, one avocado, 1/2 cup of cantaloupe, 1/2 cup of honeydew melon, and a sprinkling of dried cranberries and raisins. It yielded four cups of breakfast.

You can see a photo of it at http://www.flickr.com. My moniker is “phototrain”.

The move has been going slower than I would have liked. I allowed myself some distraction last week. Then by the end of the week my occasional winter back issue’s visited me. Then for the last two or three days we had pouring rain. Now it is back to sunny, freezing weather. Perfect for finishing the move.

Today is a good day. The photo will soon be posted. I am writing. A good chunk of the move will occur today Saturday and Sunday. Spanish will be studied everyday as well. If I do those three things every day; photo’s, write and Spanish, that will satisfy.

Have a wonderful day. I will too. Learning about image posting.

 

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