MaryBeth Smith
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Dot-connector. Truth-teller. Late-bloomer. Creative. Feldenkrais teacher. Culturalist. Cook. Baby Quaker. Live Oak Friends Meeting.
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http://simplicityprocess.wordpress.com
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Three Words for 2016

Posted on 1st mo. 2, 2016 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Last year, after some time in reflection, I chose three words as a focus for the year. It was a valuable exploration, so wanted to refresh with new words for 2016. Here's the post from my blog, Simplicity Process.

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Friendship

Posted on 3rd mo. 8, 2015 at 7:31pm 0 Comments

Invitation.

Afternoon tea

for two.

A welcome.

The hospitality afforded

By a beautiful home

And space and Light Within.

Sharing experiences,

Points of connection.

Conversation, cozy by the fire,

Bright sparks of new friendship

Comforting contrast

To the dreary…

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Friendship

Posted on 3rd mo. 8, 2015 at 7:28pm 0 Comments

Invitation.
Afternoon tea
for two.
A welcome.
The hospitality afforded
By a beautiful home
And space and Light Within.
Sharing experiences,
Points of connection.
Conversation, cozy by the fire,
Bright sparks of new friendship
Comforting contrast
To the dreary day

[Read more at SimplicityProcess.com . http://wp.me/p4NMHw-1k]

Simplicity Ain't As Easy As It Looks

Posted on 2nd mo. 25, 2015 at 6:00pm 2 Comments

[Posted at http://simplicityprocess.com/2015/02/25/simplicity-aint-as-easy-as-it-looks/]

The alternate title considered for this post was, “What Was I Thinking?”

I was sort of on a roll for awhile, posting here several times a week, engaging with comments on the …

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