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Where in the World?

I would like to dedicate this page to you and your recipes.  The goal with this is to offer a well rounded experience, sharing tradition and heritage from around the world, and ultimately to feature a themed month to each style of cooking and drinks.  51 more words


A Mystery Solved (or, Happy Birthday Pont Salem)

In which The Author’s theory is vindicated

In Beyond the Railway I mentioned that Geoff E. and I had come up against a small snag in our project to trace the origins of the old Cynon Valley street names. 1,999 more words


Benefits of a godly heritage

Read 2 Kings 14

Focus on verse 27

In 2 Kings we are now more than a few generations removed from King David, yet the Lord continues to withhold His wrath upon the wayward kings of Israel because of His word to David in regard to 166 more words

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Liberty London

19th December 2014

Liberty London is a world renowned department store selling luxury designer goods as well as kitsch home ware and exotic habadashery.

Arthur Lasenby Liberty bought one of the few buildings, that would later make up for Liberty, with a two thousand pound loan from his Father in Law. 392 more words


Learning From Watching My Mother’s Backside, Busying Away at Work


Two years ago, my older sister-in-law gave birth to a daughter, she’s very active, smiling a lot, and very smart too, she’d made everybody laugh and so, everybody fought hard, to be the babysitter for her. 423 more words


The Authorised Heritage Discourse and Australian Heritage Practice

The recent ‘critical’ turn in heritage studies aims to problematise the dominant assumptions about heritage and the social and cultural work that it does. In particular, Laurajane Smith’s concept of the Authorised Heritage Discourse (AHD) has provided a critique which recognises heritage as a discourse which normalises the preservation of particular sites and places which, in turn, normalises a specific set of social and cultural values, in particular those of elite-Anglo-masculine history and culture. 2,982 more words


Happy Holidays: Say, do you know..........?

Do you know how your parents met? Do you know the towns your grandparents were born in…have you looked them up on a map? Where did your great grandparents grow up and can you draw out our family heritage? 59 more words