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Mesagne, Puglia

Too often we walk and stare at our feet. Or our phones. We don’t walk with our heads up looking strangers in the eye. We don’t look up to feel the sun on our face or to the light rain as it dances across our body. Look up from your feet. Look up from your phone. You never know what you might see.

Lisa Palumbi
Lisa Palumbihttps://qualcosadibello.wordpress.com/
LISA graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park with a Bachelors in Psychology and worked in various non-profits in Fund Development and Event Planning for 10 years. Now a stay-at-home mom of 3 and a budding Family and Lifestyles Photographer. She is embracing her multitude of passions ranging from yoga and reading to crafting, baking and travel photography, while making strides to enjoy the now with her children.

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  1. Lisa, when my little one’s were small, and could understand my requests of them, we would go out side and play, then when we would come inside, I would ask them, did you see the beautiful cloud shapes outside? Their response “No Mommy” I was playing with you. Then we would go back out side and spread a blanket on the ground and lay down looking up and we would make shapes out of the clouds When my daughter who is now 44 was 16 she said “I looked up to day”,
    and I saw something I never would have seen mom if you had not taught me to look up.

  2. As a general rule of thumb or practice, I rarely walk around looking down at my phone. If I get alerted that there is a new e-mail I will take the phone out of the case to see what the message is. The only other time I look at the phone is to check the battery strength or to see what song I want to play on YouTube. I never watch the video. As far as the sun goes it hurts my eyes so I never look up at it. Just as I don’t like to walk around with my head down I certainly would not want to walk around looking at the sky.I am not fond of rain on my face. At 61 years of age, I tend to get grouchy.

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