– Albert Einstein
I can’t add to Einstein’s words but want to share that this is International Dark Sky Week. It encourages us to enjoy starry skies and reduce light pollution. This week, those who rise before the sun can see the crescent skim Saturn, then Jupiter, backed by the constellation Capricorn. Read more.
Since 2002, the third Thursday in April has been National High-Five Day. It began when students at the University of Virginia gave away lemonade and happy hand slaps. BTW, the High Five uplifted the earlier ‘low five,’ also called “slip-slapping”, “slapping the plank” and “soul shake” Read more.
Whether by clever means or wise, succeed and soar enjoy high-fiving folks Thursday and star gaze all week … always!
Shop “Hydrangea,” this week’s Featured Art.
Blessings & best wishes.
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