January 1, 2017
A Bird Sitting On A Tree Is Never Afraid
If you've read my book, "Telling Hands," you may have noticed the usage of birds in my writing and images. I love birds, I love a lot of things, but birds in particular. With the latest book promotion I have engaged in, (you can download the Kindle version for free this weekend) I have been very excited about reaching so many across the globe and have refused to let myself get nervous or afraid about it. I know, not everyone will like it.. there will probably be some that won't. There is not a single thing on Earth that every person likes, so I'm okay with that. The internet loves quotes and sayings as much as I do, and there is this one that I have found lately that has meant something to me. "A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not in the branch, but in her own wings." At the end of my book, I included an image of a bluebird flying. As I am growing in my writing career, I can see how accurate of a portrayal that actually is. I am now writing my second book, and still promoting my first. My trust can't be rested on the branch, but in my God given ability to fly.
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The orbiter "Mars Odyssey" safely out of Safe Mode
NASA orbiter "Mars Odyssey», which has been in operation since October 2001 transferred to a safe state on December 26, continuing from this time to stay in touch with the Earth. The scientific team of the probe "Ulysses" has revealed the reason - it was the uncertainty of the position of the spacecraft relative to the Earth and the Sun - and led the unit from the protective mode. It is expected that the probe functions associated with relaying signals Martian landers, resumed this week, and to their own studies of the Red Planet, "Mars Odyssey" will be back next week.