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Photo Gallery Fun

Photo Gallery Fun

Photo Gallery Fun includes offering my friend Johnny… a fine shoe to put in his basket.

Photo Gallery Fun. Here’s a shortcut to reading my new memoir. It will take you one click to open up that photo gallery, and maybe one minute of your sweet time in order to see what I’ll preview here.

Yet something this simple can help you to find your way into my new memoir. Or just be a whole lot of fun.

Curious about Britain's Brand New Prime Minister, Theresa May?

Curious about new Prime Minister Theresa May?

Curious about new Prime Minister Theresa May?

Blog-Buddies, may I ask you a personal question? How much do you welcome change right now?

Hmmm, did I hear a cheering “Yay!” Or perhaps a tooth-clenching “Nay!”

It can be easier to accept change when we do two things:

  1. Follow the facts. Because there’s something steadying about human-level objective reality. Plus, there’s no substitute for knowing what is happening in reality, in contrast to focusing only on how folks feel about it.
  2. We can use !!!skills for deeper perception!!! to learn about what really makes people tick.

That combo can be so helpful for adjusting to the historic events in the U.K., with such impact for the entire European Union and, through that, the world.

As change roils through Great Britain, another surprise is the new prime minister. Who took office just yesterday. A politician who was barely in the news at the time of the Brexit vote.  Plus she’s a woman! Theresa May has become Britain’s the first female head of state since Margaret Thatcher.

A Bit of Brexit Aura Reading on YouTube

Here's a bit of aura reading to explore some of the Brexit voters

Here’s a bit of aura reading to explore some of the Brexit voters

“The sun never sets on the British Empire.”

Well, that’s how it was, not so terribly long ago.

Now there’s Brexit, where the United Kingdom is taking a stand towards a different kind of sovereignty.

Yesterday a YouTube was made with aura reading of some jubilant Brexit voters from a photograph in The Washington Post. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to find the original photograph to show you here, but I can tell you that every person in this front page photo from Saturday was NOT the typical demographic for those thought to have voted to exit the EU.