Day Four – Dams, Dikes, and Diversions

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Day Four of the #AtoZChallenge – Dams, Dikes, and Diversions

Day Four and I’m still doing yoga everyday, even on Sunday, the day off from writing. Already I feel more flexible than I have in years so there’s that.

Dams, dikes, and diversions means those things that distract you on the way reaching for your dreams. It’s a direct outcropping of failing to live consciously as you fail to guard your thoughts and unfortunately, given the state of our world, it’s easy to think less than stellar thoughts at any given moment.  Read more here…

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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9 Responses to Day Four – Dams, Dikes, and Diversions

  1. Margareta says:

    Looking in on your interesting blog for A to Z. Keep it up!


  2. Ken Dowell says:

    Enjoyed the history lesson about shipping on the Delaware. I don’t live that far from there but wasn’t aware of all of these issues.


    • pjlazos says:

      Thanks, Ken. I looked up the history of the Delaware when I started writing Oil and Water. It is amazing just how much the waters of the United States played a roll in the economic development of our nation, especially the major port cities on the East Coast. Fun stuff.


  3. Lori Carlson says:

    Wonderful thoughts, Pam! I try to remain in the positive as long as possible throughout the day. Part of the Mindfulness practice that I do. Enjoyed the snipit of Oil and Water too! Great descriptive writing.
    Best Wishes!

    My A2Zs @ As the Fates Would Have It & Promptly Written
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