Six Senses Saturday

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~Seeing~

These new-to-me books by one of my favorite authors

Helen Hoover

~Smelling~

Imagine Perfume by Lollia…

smells like spring!

~Hearing~

This album, by The Tallest Man on Earth

I am in love with this music and expect to be listening all weekend…

Like the Wheel

The Gardener

~Feeling~

This poem by Mary Oliver

~Tasting~

yummy curried egg salad with bread & butter pickles

photograph by Melissa Placzek

~Knowing~

That today is going to be a great day for writing and creating

~Melissa

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  3 comments for “Six Senses Saturday

  1. April 2, 2011 at 10:56 am

    that sandwich looks too good. recipe?

  2. Melissa
    April 2, 2011 at 11:02 am

    sure…it’s not an exact recipe, but you can add the ingredients to your taste preference 🙂

    I mashed 6 hard-boiled eggs with a few tablespoons of real mayo, a little yellow mustard, 3 sliced green onions + tops, 1/4 c. chopped celery, a little fresh thyme, a couple teaspoons sweet curry powder, a sprinkle of garlic powder, sea salt, fresh ground pepper, and smoked paprika. Enjoy!

  3. Kimber Dunn
    April 2, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    YUMMERS!!!! My senses Saturday are all enjoyable and making me feel good about my weekend.
    SEEING – my clean house after the chaos of work this week.
    SMELLING – fresh cooked bacon I made this morning for the quiche (TASTING) and added to the cabbage & pork loin dish I have in the slow cooker for dinner tonight. The smell of fresh bread in the bread maker too.
    HEARING – my kid outside practicing his duck caller while the other kid is slamming a lacrosse ball against the wall. (not necessarily good noises for me, but they are about my kids childhood which is good!)
    TOUCHING – the huge pile of receipts & keyboard intermittedly as I work on Turbo Tax.
    KNOWING – that my taxes *will* finally be done today!! WOO HOO!!!

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