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In 1967, in the Marche, Italy it was snowing on the Epiphany.
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What do these two books have in common?
"The past is kept where the past has been until it is dreamed back again”
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My zinnis blooming from seeds ...thank you, Jon and Kari.
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Fun with the Boys of St. Albans today! http://goo.gl/RLtuqO
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This is lovely!
Gardening with herbs, which is becoming increasingly popular, is indulged in by those who like subtlety in their plants in preference to brilliance." - Helen Morgenthau Fox L'HERBE ROYALE Ah, basil...
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Fun road trip to the National Watch &Clock Museum @museumoftime in Columbia, PA. http://www.nawcc.org/index.php/museumCool clock made by #TKPKMD  artist, Randall Cleaver!
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I hope the grounds and home are open to the public.  Was born and raised in Bethlehem and never heard about this historic site!
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(NEW YORK) — The last known living 9/11 search-and-rescue dog was recently honored with a weekend full of surprises in New York City, where she also celebrated her 16th birthday. Bretagne the golden retriever and…
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Yellow cake and a birthday boy.
Today is my first-born's birthday. Suffice it to note that he is not a child or an adolescent, but an adult. To celebrate, the sons and their father went fishing; I remained at home.  After a long ...
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Can't wait until this comes to Takoma Park...
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Spending the day at @NationalGalleryofArt. Wish you were here!
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All Things Ruffnerian, a Design Blog and More: Illustrator Fritz Kredel
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Fritz Kredel (1900-1973) was a marvelous illustrator whose work rests firmly in my consciousness. He was born in Michelstadt-im-Odenwald, Ge

One Librarian
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p. 101 "'Oh, be quiet, Emily,' said Snowflake. 'Simple Simon gives me the willies. I;ll not be able to spleep tonight now that you've put th

The Technologists & that one phrase...
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p. 234 "'The morning! Am I to spend the night as a darky until then?' 'Oh, Lilly, you'll be all right, I promise!; said Agnes, though in the

Echoes
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p. 13, Acceptance Speech "I had set out to write a book about childhood - it was Bod's childhood, and it was in a graveyard, but still, it w

All the Light We Cannot See.Fiction
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A school librarian's reading fare during the school year primarily consists of students' preferences; mine are for elementary & middle schoo

Like Water On Stone.Walrath
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Like Water On Stone.Walrath p. 142 "I landed on the lower branch, a silent witness... He swallowed. Breath came again. His eyes opened and m

Accused.Scottoline
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p. 15 "Whoever said you can't go home again wasn't Italian." and "They still drank perked coffee, from a dented coffee pot, always brewing o

Dead Zones.article
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"They found that the number of dead zone events have doubled each decade since the 1950s and that humans have likely contributed to their gr

The Risk of Reading: How Literature Helps Us to Understand Ourselves and...
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p. 1 "The technologies creating the digital revolution devalue language and increasingly to away with boundaries, celebrating speed and boun

Gifts From the Sea.Lindbergh
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p. 50 "Solitude, says the moon shell. Center-down, say the Quaker saints. To the possession of the self the way is inward, Plotinus. The cel

The Golden Calf.Tursten
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p. 83 “The sun was shining through sparse clouds, and the tops of waves glittered. Seagulls hovered near the boat’s hull, perhaps in the hop

Taking one's good advice
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p. 63 "A few light taps upon the pane made him turn to the window. It had begun to snow again. He watched sleepily the flakes, silver and da

I would not even give this one star. My email was sent with a password that is a URL which is not active, nor can I cut and paste it. When I send "forgot" password, I receive an email that is supposed to be good for 48 hours, but when I click on the link, it tells me that it has expired. I send another retrieve password, and it tells me that this has already been sent. This is my first time using it, and I am tech-savvy. Very frustrating and does not promote "good health" in the blood pressure dept.
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