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Heidi Cool
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I may be a nerd, but I was born Cool.
I may be a nerd, but I was born Cool.

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Hessler Street Fair is this weekend. Dig out your tie-dye, channel your inner hippie,  and come down to University Circle for music, arts, food, etc. Saturday and Sunday - http://hesslerstreetfair.org/

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Aruba - Part 6 of Panama Canal Journey
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Aruba
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Cartagena - Part 5 of Panama Canal Journey
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Cartagena, Columbia
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Panama Canal Transit - Part 4 of Panama Canal Journey
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Panama Canal
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Costa Rico - Part 3 of Panama Canal Journey
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Costa Rico
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Nicaragua - Part 2 of Panama Canal Journey
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Nicaragua
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From Los Angeles to Mexico. Part one of Panama Canal Journey.
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Los Angeles - Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
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Usually I'm perplexed  by the photos Google chooses for "Auto Awesome." But this one looks enchantingly creepy. I can quite easily imagine bats flitting about the belfry.

The original is merely dark and murky. It never would have occurred to me to do anything with it, but apparently Google's algorithms were onto something.

On an historical note, I believe this is the church my mother's parents attended before I was born. Their pastor then left and they followed him to his new digs. My childhood best friend Carrie's family went here as well. It was built in 1927, with additions added in 1951 and 1953 and was designed by John W. C. Corbusier.

Church of the Savior History:
http://ech.case.edu/cgi/article.pl?id=COTS
http://www.chsaviour.org/history/
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For some strange reason I woke up with this song in my head. Its a song-poem that I discovered some months back while listening to http://pennsundayschool.com/.

On the one hand it is ridiculous, but it is also tenacious in terms of sticking in one's head. For those who don't know (as I didn't before listening to Penn) song poems are recordings that were made by companies who solicited people to send in poems then charged them a fee to put them to music. This poet was apparently quite fond of yellow.

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Northeast Ohio Bloggers; please join us Monday July 7 for the next gathering of the Lake Erie Moose Society. We'll discuss ways to incorporate photography into your blog (and to develop habits that help you build a photo archive to have as a resource for images.)
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