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Private Taxi Tour of New Orleans

The Husband and I love to go to New Orleans, so we were super happy that our Mississippi River steamboat cruise ended there. My younger brother, Steven, and his wife, Audra, had never been there and grandma and mother hadn’t been there in a long time. 391 more words

Travel

Father's emotional plea at daughter's grave sends powerful message about drunk driving

(PIX11) – A father’s heartbreaking video from his young daughter’s grave is sending a powerful message about drinking and driving.

“I’m gonna tell you something,” Rick Ellis started his video saying. 262 more words

You Gotta Watch This!

Fallen Beauty

https://plus.google.com/photos/110597607723512266714/albums/6033718138027030705

The above link is for my Google+ album of cemetery photography.
I was going to post them here, but I love the way the albums are organized on Google, and it is easier to upload bulk photos. 21 more words

Photography

An Example of Osteogenesis Imperfecta in the Archaeological Record

Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), more commonly known as ‘brittle bone’ disease is a condition which causes bones to be fragile and break easily. I have a personal interest in this condition and therefore wondered if there was any evidence of the condition in the archaeological record. 879 more words

Research

The end of the road for the forgotten ones

I had an interesting story in last Saturday’s Age. What happens to all those people who pass away without¬†family or next of kin to organise their funeral? 51 more words

The Age