Archive | July 9, 2020

The Fine Art On Display At Dartmouth Hitchcock (Lebanon) — July 9, 2020,

by Anura Guruge


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I have been visiting Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (in Lebanon), on a fairly regular basis, for the last 15-years. NO. I have yet to see a doctor, for myself, in all those years — & probably upwards 50 visits. Well for a start Teischan was born there (in 2006). That alone necessitated quite a few trips.

I always enjoy visiting DMHC. It is like going to a fancy country club than a hospital. The way they have cleverly arranged it, you never see any sick folk per se. Plus they have all this great artwork & often, even folks playing the many grand pianos scattered around the place.

Today was no exception. Lot of nice art. I wanted to share them with YOU. Enjoy. SMILE.


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3 Hand Painted Flowers At Dartmouth Hitchcock (Lebanon) — July 9, 2020,

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These were on a menu for one of their many cafes. I was surprised as to how many of the cafes & fast food places were open. I guess the folks visiting need to be fed. We did not partake THOUGH normally one of my pleasures of visiting DMHC is getting a nice meal.

These flowers were nice & good. I had to share them with YOU. Enjoy. SMILE.


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The Picture Of The Day (Google Pixel 4) + 6 Also-Rans — July 9, 2020, Dartmouth-Hitchcock (Lebanon).

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Today’s Nosegay (Of Flowers) For You — July 8, 2020.

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Wasn’t sure how many of you were conversant with ‘nosegay’. Its meaning automatically embraces flowers. Hence why I put the (‘of flowers‘) in parenthesis. Nice nosegay, if you ask me, BUT, I am, of course, biased. Enjoy. SMILE.


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