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Life of a Mushroom: Tuesday’s of Texture

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In the Pink: Tuesdays of Texture

A house to relax in. The arm chairs perched precariously on the awning invited. I could see me watching the sunrise, with a glass of wine, our heads close together for easy conversation or that quietness that comes when one … Continue reading

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Food Textures: Tuesday’s of Texture

I have few food dislikes. I am the perfect person to ask to dinner as I will almost eat anything. I know many people however, that cannot eat anything with the texture of custard. They don’t know what they are … Continue reading

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Brewery Textures: Tuesdays of Texture

Nothing but a distant memory Is liquid amber sliding smoooth down the throat its bubbles fresh quenching refreshing   In response to Tuesdays of Texture

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Structures in the Sand: Tuesdays of Texture

The soft wear gently The hard more slowly Washed and rolled Those jagged and sharp cut like a knife Others small grains soft underfoot yet tough as glass. For Tuesdays of Texture

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Roots, Shoots and Leaves: Tuesdays of Texture

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Pelican Study: Tuesdays of Texture

“A wonderful bird is the Pelican. His beak can hold more than his belly can. He can hold in his beak Enough food for a week! But I’ll be darned if I know how the hellican?” ― Dixon Lanier Merritt

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