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Greig Roselli
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Thanksgiving, Y'all
Thanksgiving Meal, © 2017 Yuanhao Liu If you stip away the context, Thanksgiving is basically a harvest festival. It is a way to say "thank you" for the food you'll need to survive the upcoming Winter. I love teaching my high school English Language Learner...
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Mom Skipping Rope in Chicago
Pamela Roselli skips rope in Chicago, Illinois (circa 1997) We were walking the streets of Chicago back in 1997 or something like that and Mom decided to play jump rope with the neighborhood kids. Great memory. We had driven a car to Chicago from New Orlean...
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Halloween (circa late 1990s)
Greig dressed as a scary D.C. lobbyist OR tricky Dick I don't dress up for Halloween anymore. The last time was a few years ago - I was a wizard. However, I found this darling picture of me from back in the day - I was dressed up as either a crooked politic...
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Sixth Grade Photographic Portrait
Greig, circa 1993(?) I'll probably regret posting this picture of me taken on a Sixth Grade field trip to the Global Wildlife Center in Folsom, Louisiana. I feel like when you're in the sixth grade you're not fully a self. I have journal entries from my six...
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College Visitations back in 1998
At Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana circa 1998 I visited Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana when I was a Senior in High School. Mom drove me. We spoke to the professors in the Liberal Arts department and I asked them questions about their ...
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Catholic Confirmation at Mary Queen of Peace Church
Me, Archbishop Philip Hannan, and Georgette Pintado (Nanan) In the Catholic tradition, young people get confirmed. It's the standard rite of passage for Catholic youth. You take some classes. You go on a field trip. You take on the name of a saint and you c...
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Greig Roselli commented on a post on Blogger.
Vettec Stewart - I've never heard King Tut language called Double Dutch. It's interesting, to me, how these nonsensical languages end up being assimilated into family customs, games, and memories. And - yes! - I am familiar with adding "square" to double letters. Thanks again for your comment!
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If I were a school teacher in Montgomery County Maryland in the 1860s, my salary would be the equivalent of about $8,184 a year (2017 money).
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I'm remembering my pet hamster. . .
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