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I can’t make it work unfortunately, my equipment won’t allow for it and I apologize.

I’m uncertain of the expectations but given my current circumstances and inability to discern the terrain, I’m not able to commit.

I leave links to the contacts I have and hopefully it will help spread their information.

I am thankful for the encounter and I have faith more will wake up to the truth with all the good work done, I will keep up with the podcasts.

Thank you !

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National Geographic

I used to rummage trough junk shops as a kid for old issues I bought for ören.

Winters are so long and reading was a reliable mainstay to get trough.

I spent hours reading and I still remember where I was when I came across the special on

New England fall season and the Maple trees serenading the fading summer.

I remember opening the fold and as my eyes saturated with the explosion of colors and I was instantly transported.

My region, all hail it’s bronze age glory, is all pine forest

ancient and rife with mythology but pine all the same.

I held on to that issue, brought it to class and years later ended up buying another copy.

Thanks to the magazine I know there is a massive eagle habitat somewhere along the Colorado River and another issue introduced me to the Redwood trees that are simply mind blowing and yet another had me traveling along the trains over the Rocky Mountains with the glass roof.

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As I’m taking a break from wrangling the new closet organizer I thought I jot down a few things for anyone in the mind of shopping but not sure how to make the selection.

I follow a few criteria but remain flexible on other

100% Linen is a crease machine, you can’t look in the direction without it throwing a hissyfit.
You may get away with it and look semi crisp if you commit to standing up the whole time.

My experience is 100 Linen is strictly for the tropics as the high level of humidity will saturate the fibers.
Blends can work but I gave up looking for it.

100% Cotton works but prints can fade and it’s not very warm, avoid 100 cotton knits as it invariably lose shape and fade.

100% Polyester offers electric prints with lovely drape but can over heat as the fabric don’t breathe.

Silk is a fabric made by silk worms and measured in mommes
The higher the mm’s are, the thicker the fabric and when considering clothes,  don’t go below 16mm’s
and if it pertains to bed sheets go for at least 22 but ideally 25 mm’s.

Silk is expensive due to the high cost of manufacture, I dont think the silkworm live past one cycle.

It is a pain to wash, it fades in the sun and sweat show instantly but it is divine to wear.

I don’t bother with high maintenance fabrics as my lifestyle won’t allow for it but there is nothing like high quality silk.

Wool & Cashmere is prone to shrinking and careless washing will invoke big holes in no time, look for blends, 2-5% Lycra and some minor percentage of nylon is optimal for longevity and maintaining shape.

Workout gear is leaving a massive carbon foot print and I feel so guilty I stopped buying the athleisure that accommodates my biceps and soccer calves