Day 2674: What we can teach each other

I like to think about this a bit more . . .

The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

Yesterday, I decided that our shy cat Harley could probably teach people a thing or two about social distancing, so I started taping this tutorial:

However, Harley didn’t teach the way I expected him to. Based on my past teachings of Harley, I assumed that Harley’s behavior was different because his best friend Michael was in the room.

This morning, when Michael was not in the room, I tried again:

Somebody can teach me something about how to hold the camera and Harley can teach us all this about social distancing:

  • Maintain a distance of six feet from people.
  • If somebody gets too close, move away, if possible.
  • If not, ask the person to back off.

Harley also teaches us that fear can make us very catty.

What can these other recent images teach us?

That teabag can teach us that our strength is our own knowledge.

I hope our…

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3 thoughts on “Day 2674: What we can teach each other

  1. Right by your feet, Carolyn? That’s lovely! 🙂
    Thanks for the HUGS! 🙂
    HUGS for you from us! 🙂

    The above got lost. It suddenly appeared again. So I send it to you now . . .

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