Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Walk In The Garden to 

Cute toddler tries teaching dog to Hula Hoop 

From the pure treasures of a garden to the pure treasure of imagination  

Walk In The Garden (poem) 

Come walk awhile in the garden
The garden which is you
Free from cares put upon you by the passing winds
Bask in the sunshine of your own glow
Feel the beauty of the limitless flower
Feel the spring which flows through your heart
See through the leaves hidden in secret
Hear the soft whispers the roots of your soul
Smell the dear scents of moments forgotten
Taste the richness of your endless blossoms
Touch the glories of a garden
The garden of ...
The seasons will pass and so will this while
Yet rare treasures will last forever
Existing in the timeless ever
A truth which no wind will sever
Do you feel it
Do you take in the wonders
Waiting in the garden
How can others express
Whose days are distant
From other flowers drifting by
Only you can marvel
Kiss the splendor
Lavish nectar
Walk in the garden
Tend to that garden
Trust in this garden

In this garden discover Joi and H. Garden performing "Gentle Rain" 


All 50 states are listed across the top of the Lincoln Memorial on the back of the $5 bill. So get out your magnifying glass. But first watch this video. Meet Sierra. While most dog owners try to teach their pups to roll over, Sierra will surprise her parents by teaching her friend how to hula hoop. Though the rather big pup doesn't seem to get it, Sierra continues to shower her friend with kind words, encouragement and praise. In her sweetness and kindness is what has drawn over 1.2 million views. 
Get ready to enter another garden "Toddler tries teaching dog to Hula Hoop" 
(Now, back to that $5 bill) 

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