Thursday, October 15, 2015

Taking a Break

Hello Readers!

I'm taking a blog break and hitting the road with out of town company soon. Brother Tim, his wife, Elizabeth, and my sister, Shari, will be arriving on Saturday. From Texas and California. Can't wait to see them. But we'll be off adventuring next week so I'm going to challenge you with a simple question. And I hope you leave some replies. Take a few days with it. Ask your friends, ask your family, ask the check out person at the grocery store.


How would life be different if there were no mirrors?

Go ahead. Put on your thinking caps because I'll be checking back between adventures and I'd love to know what you come up with. Why, some of your answers may even make it into our Happy Hour discussions. Wait - don't let that scare you off. Really. Just go for it and . . .

Have a super weekend!

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  1. Without mirrors, we would be dependent on other people to inform us of our appearance. If a stranger came near and flinched or ran to hide when they saw us, it might give us a clue to as to our looks.
    However, in order to judge how we affect the people in our small sphere of influence, a test of character might be gleaned in comparing of a stranger’s look of disgust, on the one hand, with a friend’s look of pleasure upon greeting us, on the other. Shari