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    Looking at nature can be restful during tense times. Here's a springlike nature scene:

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    The Dogwoods in bloom are a sure sign of Spring. Just smell that air!
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    What a lovely picture! I love the zigzag walkway even though many ( including most of us) couldn't navigate it. It has so many steps up or down that I would wind up in the drink even if I could walk! But it's nice to dream!
    Thanks for sharing, Agate!

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    I didn't take this photo but it shows the Japanese garden in this town:

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    These are beautiful. Nature seems the best way to calm down.
    On Netflix is a series called Our Planet, or One Planet. Its beautiful and narrated by Richard Attenborough

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    I just got a nice delivery from my nephew. A six roll package of toilet paper, the big rolls. See how little it takes to make me happy these days?
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    Happy . . . uh . . . er . . . wiping?

    Perhaps Sam will sneak out in the dark of night and tp a neighbor's house!
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