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Sunday, June 22, 2008

Sara Ponders Life's Big Questions



Sara's mom always told her that anything that seems too good to be true, probably isn't. Much as Sara loved her mom, she respectfully disagreed and instead chose to believe that lots of things that seem good, are in fact true. It just felt like a healthier way to look at life, and somehow, it worked for Sara.

Left Sara in the ladies room at Starbucks at 1501 SE 17th Street Causeway in Fort Lauderdale, right next to Cold Stone Creamery.

It was a good day for painting, pondering and procrastinating, the three P words that go so well together. I added a new feature to the right ... in case you didn't see Found in the big letters and exclamation point over there. It's a list of links to found tiles and comments from the people who found them. Sometimes, it takes awhile before one is found, as some of them are actually pretty well-hidden. So now, if one is found from three months ago, it will go to the list on the side, which makes it easier to read about. Recent finds will be at the top of the list.

It's a great idea, even if I didn't think of it myself. The suggestion came from Rick at South Florida Daily Blog which sifts through South Florida's blogs and daily newspapers to find the hidden treasures. His site also has Wordles. Yes, Wordles. I just like saying that word. Wordles.

In other news ... Restaurant Gal wrote a post today about traveling to Fernanda's International Market to find a tile hidden under the sink in the restroom. I read her blog all the time. She writes in a way that makes you feel like you truly are along for the ride.

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