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Appreciate The Good Things

Last week, on drive to work or home, I kept seeing reminders that California is in a drought and that we should limit water use. 

Image of the Small Park at Getty

I just wanted to share a photo I took at Getty a while back. To me, this photo just shows the beautiful things we have and we should learn to appreciate what we have now.

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