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K Cummings Pipes
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Like Emily Dickinson, I hate housework, love literature, and have an intense interest in theology.
Like Emily Dickinson, I hate housework, love literature, and have an intense interest in theology.

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"goodnight, sweet prince, and flights of angels sing thee to they rest."
David Meggs Pipes 27 November 1948 - 3 January 2018 David
Meggs Pipes was the eldest child of Charles David Pipes and Betty Meggs Pipes.
He was born November 27, 1948, in Fort Worth, Texas. The family would grow to
include two sisters Mary Nel, Melinda Beth...
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Genesis 1: probably not the way you heard it in Sunday School.
On Sunday 11 July 2017 at Southwest Central Houston, I preached my first sermon. I am 68 years old; I never thought such a thing would be possible in the fellowship where my husband and I have chosen to worship and served since our university days. I am pub...
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"There ain't a body, be it mouse or man, that ain't made better by a little soup."
Today I'm making soup.  I like to make soup because it's basically just putting a bunch of good stuff into a pot (or a slow cooker) and going away to do whatever one wishes or needs to do.  The bits and pieces will cook, the flavors will meld; soup is like ...
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Bamboo: Symbol of the Upright Scholar
Making a few notes re. my birthday visit a week or so ago to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston with my dear friend since college days. We've been walking through that museum together for almost 50 years. Such a friendship is the best gift! MFAH Emperors Treas...
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Victorian Flower Gems: My Feminist Brooch
  My love of costume
jewelry is well known to my friends. I am blessed to have several pieces that belonged
to my grandmothers and at least one that belonged to a great grandmother. When
I shop an antique store, a pawn shop, or an estate sale, I
always brow...
Victorian Flower Gems: My Feminist Brooch
Victorian Flower Gems: My Feminist Brooch
the-life-i-read.blogspot.com
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N INETEENTH -C ENTURY  G ENDER  S TUDIES   I SSUE  8.1  (SPRING 2012) Charlotte Yonge’s “Goosedom” By  Georgina O’Brien Hill , University of Chester http://www.ncgsjournal.com/issue81/hill.htm C http://community.dur.ac.uk/c.e.schultze/context/goslings.html ...
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Allingham's Old Worn Woman
This painting by Helen Allingham (1848-1926) "Old Worn Woman" reminds me of an illustration in one of Evelyn Whitaker's books or maybe its cover. I need to follow-up. No time just now.  A link to the blog where  I found it from the BWWA facebook group.  htt...
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Sometimes I need a Yia Yia...
from Mrs. Beeton's Everyday Cookery I am not feeling well today and what I really, really want is a huge bowl of Yia Yia's Chicken Soup from my favorite Greek restaurant which closed several years ago when the owners went home to Greece to care for an aging...
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“All human knowledge takes the form of interpretation.”
Walter Benjamin. Clippings from a Google image search screen shot. I have always been an opportunistic reader, reading whatever happened to be at hand. I am also a disciplined reader; give me a list of required reading and I read through it. (Always excepti...
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