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February 2, 2007

Outside/Inside


Straight lines that angle into points
Lack of doors, windows and openings of all kinds

No in, No out

If you are not able to reach or touch any others
Why be there—on the outside?

8 comments:

SeaBelly said...

belly time!!

kimmyk said...

sometimes it's good to think outside the box.

kenju said...

Paige, this is interesting because I just wrote a post about affecting the lives of others (it is still in the draft file). Michele sent me.

MargaretR said...

I've also reached a stage where I'm trying to think outside the box Paige. I'm doing a lot of Swapping where I need to get things done and I find I'm loosening up and thinking up lots of new ideas.
My favourite poem this tome is 'With You'. And that photo is wonderful.

judypatooote said...

I love the photo.....you are such a deep thinker......

Viamarie said...

You're absolutely right. This is what I have been trying to teach my staff to practice all the time. They have started to appreciate the opportunities it has offered.

Happy Monday!

East of Oregon said...

interesting blog - gave you a shout out on mine.. take care and happy day! :)

karen said...

On the same page, Paige.....praying for you and yours..always...