I Admire The Open Sky

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  1. Sometimes I pull them out to admire and remember where I gathered each one. Some are people gained in the season, people dear to me now or dear to my memory. Others are lessons learned with a big fat “What not to do again” sticker stuck on them. And still some are successes and badges of pride in my path. Frieda is one of those gems.
  2. (They change their sky, not their soul, who rush across the sea.)” ― Horace, The Odes of Horace. tags: change, climate, nature, sky, soul, travel. likes. Like “You have to let it go. You can hold on to the hate and the love and even the bitterness, but you have to go of the blame.
  3. Apr 14,  · Directed by Lisa Nicol. Wide Open Sky follows the heart-warming story of an outback Australian children's choir. Chronicling their journey from auditions to end-of-year concert, the trials of trying to run a children's choir in a remote and disadvantaged region are revealed. Here, sport is king and music education is non-existent. Despite this, choir mistress Michelle has high expectations.
  4. Yes, I liked to watch the sky when I was young. I remember that during summer vacations, we used to visit our farmhouse and we used to sleep outside, in the open. At that time I did not know anything about constellations, but we used to find the night sky with the twinkling stars very fascinating and beautiful.
  5. In this comic Cueball and Megan admire a majestic sky on a beautiful day. Taken at face value, given that the image depicts half open sky and half clouds, the other half could be taken to mean the clouds covering half of the sky. Or it could be the sky and the dark Earth, the other half beneath their feet.

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