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What I Did For Love

Have you ever known people who seem to lose their identities to a new love interest in their lives? The friend who thinks that roughing it means having to budget an entire month without a mani/pedi then suddenly goes rock … Continue reading

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30 Days of Creativity: Day 26–Sew

The Adventures of Katnip: 46 “Equality,” John Riley said, “is a treasure that should be shared, not hoarded.” About 30 Days of Creativity here. Full Katnip set here.

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Aw, SCOTUS, for ME? You SHOULD have.

Seeing a lot of this on your social media networks today? The Human Rights Campaign created it as an alternative to their usual blue and yellow equality logo for people to show support of marriage equality. Because today, the Supreme … Continue reading

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What a day

I’ve been enjoying watching all the Inauguration Day activities–spirits in Washington, D.C. seem good and refreshingly bipartisan. Wish it could always be this way. I’m remembering photos I shot during the inaugural festivities of 2009. Tim was over with Rex … Continue reading

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Button Sunday

I’m sure these buttons surprise no one who knows me. The only thing that might surprise them is how quiet I’ve been about politics this year on my blog. I have many reasons, but none of them have to do … Continue reading

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Basking

Guinness and Margot thinking about the sun, the election, or dinner. Your pick.

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Legacy Writing 365:275

While I was in graduate school and throughout my twenties, I had a lot of different jobs, sometimes two or three at a time, to pay the bills, keep food on the table, and pay for books and tuition. There … Continue reading

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ARRRR

Yes, it’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day again. Here are some bonus buttons to celebrate, along with a scurvy tale of my own.   Today I shared an experience with many others across the country who’ve blogged about it … Continue reading

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Legacy Writing 365:251

Whenever I used to visit my parents’ house during holidays, or even just hang out there for a few hours, sooner or later I’d always go to the bookshelf where the Doonesbury books were. I’m sure my brother probably did … Continue reading

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Legacy Writing 365:217

Tom and I were just trying to remember our introduction to Barnaby’s cafe. I doubt either of us ate there before we moved into Montrose, because I don’t remember going there with Steve R/ Jeff/John/Tim R. So our most likely … Continue reading

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