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Life Magazine Online

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A few years ago, Jason Kottke posted that Life Magazine up till 1972 is all online. It allows you to search for words in the magazine and find the story from the December 19, 1949 issue mentioning the building of the $25,000 Roanoke Star. You can also browse by year. It’s fun to search for […]

Photo find of the day

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Found on tumblr, specifically, kapi.

The plant people

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One time my mom asked me how I could remember the Latin names of plants so well. I said “Well, plants are like my friends and I don’t forget the names of my friends.” And I had someone say “When I am driving, I always see you walking to work in the morning.” I said, […]

Freckles and splotches and spots, oh my!

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So, I’m coming up on 36 here pretty soon. In the blogosphere that makes me one of the older more senior bloggers. I also am on Day 12 of coming off Effexor. From what I gather, this makes me normaler than someone…say, with an addiction to peanut M&M’s. And now, having glanced at my chest […]

Life Lessons at the Turkey Trot

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This was originally posted at Oh My Stinkin’ Heck in December ’07. Recently the same lesson reminded me to share it with you here. —————————————————————— Yesterday I went to Meredith’s school to watch her run in the school’s annual Turkey Trot. This is the equivalent of what we used to call Track-n-Field, but in a […]


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Everyone needs a haven – a place of refuge in times of trouble, emotional or physical difficulty. I learned early on what my source of refuge was…whose wing to find shelter beneath. As a child I had a very active imagination. My parents learned early on to protect me from things that negatively stimulated my […]

Growth Tools

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I grew up the daughter of an office supplies salesman. I think it is quite possibly the best position, as far as being a daughter is concerned. My Daddy would bring home boxes upon boxes of map pencils, post-its, binders, markers, highlighters, scissors, staplers, paperclips, pens and anything else you can imagine filling a desk […]

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