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Day 92... Blogging 101: Say My Name... plus whatever else I feel like saying...

Today’s assignment is about our blog name and tag line; change it or explain it. I am the queen of over-thinking, but when I started my blog, I decided to knock out a title quickly, because I just HAD to get my thoughts on the page ASAP, and who really cares what I call it, right? 635 more words



She pulled back cotton
tied around her head.
You smile, her face is
over the stars. Why did
the moon cut sugar? Why did
Saturn shine your shoes? 59 more words

The firemen tomb in a former Village cemetery

James J. Walker Park at Hudson Street and St. Luke’s Place is named for the colorful, corrupt, showgirl-loving former mayor, who governed the city during the highs and lows of the Jazz Age and the start of the Great Depression. 322 more words

Disasters And Crimes

The Italian Cemetery Question

A couple of months ago, my mother asked me a question that reignited a search into my Italian ancestry that has yielded some exciting results. I’ll share the exciting results in another post, but first I want to lay out her question (i.e. 1,433 more words