#51 ๐Ÿ’œ my Ohhh MYra’s memoirs of her mom’s Everlasting Blossoms & Butterflies

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Everlasting Blossoms by Myra Ho Chang ๐Ÿ”บ Click photo to read Myraโ€™s first blog post.

Everlasting Blossoms Garden ๐Ÿ”บ Click photo to view the
Everlasting Blossoms Garden gallery.

Hello & Welcome to my 51st episode of the
KWH iPad Show! Todayโ€™sย feature is a pretty petaled blog by one of the sweetest bloggers youย everย willย read ๐Ÿ™‚

Withย a mere 53 followers, Iโ€™m thinking Myraโ€™s blog is one of the best kept secret treasures on WordPress! It was about this time last year when she found my blog and our friendship just blossomed from there โค Yup, thereโ€™s definitely something special about Myra! Perhaps itโ€™s the charm of her english as a second language, or her nearly 80-year sense of gracious strength and determination, or her lovingly humble way with wordsโ€ฆ Whatever it is, sheโ€™s got it! Visit her blog and youโ€™ll likely agree ๐Ÿ™‚

So now at nearly 80 years of age, Myra has taken up blogging as a way ofโ€ฆ

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Goodbye, Celebrate the Magicย 

The Pixie Dusted Disney Freak

From the old but classic Disneyland(California) to the new Shanghai Disneyland, Disney Parks are always changing, and I mean always changing. Whether that means a new attraction, a new themed-land, or a closing of a show or attraction, there is usually a variety of changes going on in the Parks. Recently, it was announced to the public that Magic Kingdomโ€™s Celebrate the Magic would be having itโ€™s very last showing quite soon. Sadly, tonight, we say goodbye to this projection showโ€ฆ Though it will be missed greatly, Disney now has a brand new show, Once Upon a Time, to play on Cinderellaโ€™s Castle! Still, even though that is exciting, I am also very sad that Celebrate the Magic is leaving the Magic Kingdom for good after tonight.

Celebrate the Magic is not just about the Disney characters we all know and love. Itโ€™s about pursuing your dreams and magicโ€ฆ

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Kendrick Scott Oracle: The Source

Jazz You Too

Kendrick Scott: drums, voice (2,9,11)

Gretchen Parlato: voice (6)

Aaron Parks: piano (1,3,5,8,9,10), Fender Rhodes (2,6,7,11)

Robert Glasper: piano (2), Fender Rhodes (9)

Lionel Loueke: guitar (2,3)

Lage Lund: guitar (6,7,9,10)

Mike Moreno: guitar (1,4,5,6,7,11)

Walter Smith III: tenor sax (1,5,10)

Seamus Blake: tenor sax (1,5,10)

Myron Walden: alto sax (1,7), soprano sax (2,3,9), bass clarinet(3,7,11)

Derrick Hodge: acoustic bass (1,3,7,9,10), electric bass (2,6,11)



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fonzandcancer blogging to encourage.

Sometimes simple things that happen, help us to come to the realisation of some parts of this life that we live. We all know I have had cancer, we all know how hard I had to fight to complete the tasks that were before me. Never once did I not believe that I would die from cancer. I believed that I would survive, I also believed I would survive for a reason although that reason was not yet apparent. In its entirety at least. There are many times that I have used the word that entitles this blog, many times every day since we gave a home to our baby doggie โ€œFaithโ€. Many times me and my wife have held hands and looked at each other, with a look of belief whilst masked with the fear and sorrow that was and is still called cancer.

When ever anyone faces anyโ€ฆ

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