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Yes, More Squirrels

In case anyone wanted to take their minds off of the winter and snow and stuff, here are some squirrels. 39 more words

Photography

A Day Full of Surprises

As I have already discussed, I’m going into work occasionally to prepare myself to go back full time.  Well, today when I went in, I ran into a wonderful woman who I have known for years.   560 more words

Paisley Days

11-9-12

2.5 months since she died.

Some days are good. Some days are bad. Some days start ok and end terribly. Like today. Tuesdays are my… 1,415 more words

Motherhood

112: Stone unveiling and my ████████████.

11/19/12

23:04

23:26

Well, yesterday was depressing, nut today was much better. Yesterday, I hung with Bobby. It was his birthday and he’s out all week! 164 more words

Journal

I sit here in Rechthaler Hof debating (mass debating) with myself whether to cross over the road to the station

I sit here in Rechthaler Hof debating (mass debating) with myself whether to cross over the road to the station to reserve my seat on the morning train to Berlin, or to go back to my hotel to ask if I can stay one more night in Munich in order purely to see Natalia in Imperial (she does not work all weekend). 191 more words

Jonathan Alden's Traveling Gravestone

The Myles Standish Burial Ground in Duxbury, MA is acknowledged to be the oldest maintained cemetery in the United States. Within its split-rail fenced boarders, close to the road in the southwest corner, sits a gravestone dated 1697.   820 more words

The story of the gravestone of Winkle the Cat

Wander through the grounds of any of the great old houses of England, and it is not uncommon to stumble upon the gravestone of a beloved animal. 304 more words

Quirks Of History