Sarah Morgan

Healthcare Geek.
Professional Communicator.

Weekly Roundup: “If you listen, you can hear it.”

A thoroughly haphazard selection of things that have caught my interest:

Advice sought:

Several things to look at, all of which invite the question, “did they just…?” And yes, they seem to have. (Not G-rated, but SFW):

Assistance was required, isn’t anymore:

And to close, the passage which made me the abovementioned crazy, so you will know why this book is one of my favorites.

He says my daughter, and all the love he has is wrapped up in the tone of his voice when he says those two words, he says my daughter you must always look with both of your eyes and listen with both of your ears. He says this is a very big world and there are many many things you could miss if you are not careful. He says there are remarkable things all the time, right in front of us, but our eyes have the clouds over the sun and our lives are paler and poorer if we do not see them for what they are.

He says, if nobody speaks of remarkable things, how can they be called remarkable?


[…] were important – and now you have names for them. That’s a big part of what Patti does. She speaks of remarkable things. She talks about things that we sort of knew on some level were supremely important, but had never […]


I have something to add re: the fruit confusion –

I’m assuming you know what both items are – but perhaps if you remember that “tangerines” are “tangy” (citrusy), that might help you keep them straight.

And Erin, I never knew that peaches and nectarines are members of the rose family – I learned something new today!


I can only leave help in the food category again. As usual.

A nectarine is the fruit that resembles a peach with no fuzz. They a re smaller and more fragrant that a peach. Both are part of the rose family.

A tangerine is a citrus fruit. It’s like a very sweet orange with easy to peel skin. They’re in season starting in November. If you’re nice you can have a jar of fresh tangerine preserves as soon as they become available.

Leave A Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.