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By: | October 8, 2018 | Tags: , | 6 comments

#30 SENIOR SALON 2018 

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Welcome to #30 SENIOR SALON 2018

Linkup will Start: October 8,  2018, 02:00 am and
Ends: October 12, 2018, 8:00 pm PDT.

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“God comes to each of us in the form we can best perceive Him. To you, just now, He was a heron.

To someone else, He might come as a flower or even a breeze.” ~ Richard Zimler

The SENIOR SALON is dedicated to showcasing the talents of the post 9 to 5 generation. The generation who finally has time to get in touch with the right side of their brain.  The SENIOR SALON features art, music, writing, poetry, photography, creative cooking, creative fashion, and anything else that you can dream up.   Allow YOUR muse to guide you into a new creative endeavor or enhance an existing creative endeavor.

Heron God comes to each of us

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  1. Starting to get back on track Esme. Wonderful stuff you do here too. Looking forward to the tech idea too!

    • Thanks my friend – whenever you’re ready, just drop me a note and we can discuss it further.

  2. I can absolutely see how one could interpret a heron sighting as a visitation from God. I delight in every glimpse of those awkwardly gorgeous creatures, and sense God’s infinite creativity and majesty in their unlikely flight.

    • Michele, as awkward as they seems to be I just love them. All pics I use here are personal pic of my husband and this one seems to try a ballet. Trick.

  3. Thanks Esme, I have linked up this week and have shared your post around. Enjoy your week 😊

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