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Walking to Church...

Walking to Church on a Saturday evening, I'm struck by what a tranquil neighbourhood I live in.
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  1. Tranquility is good.. essential.

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  2. Tranquil is so good! Sometimes my neighborhood is not so tranquil.

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  3. That is beautiful and tranquility is what is important no matter where you live.

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  4. Very nice! I wish we were able to walk to church or the store. I need the exercise.

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  5. i would take tranquil any day...

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  6. What a sweet snap! Love that sunset...

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  7. How nice that you live close enough to your church to be able to walk there.
    Happy SIMC, jj

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  8. I lvoe that big tree on the left..lovely neighborhood indeed :)

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  9. I love the tranquility and the sunset!

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  10. Those trees look very lush. Yes, it seems a peaceful, good place to be!

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  11. The neighbourhood must have known that you were on your way to church gaelikaa. They would have thought it best to leave you in peace lest wild thoughts come into your holy sentiments!

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  12. Things are quieter here on a Sunday but would be busy by your standards, I think. There are usually more parking spaces on the road.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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