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Beauty in the Junkyard: Day Thirty

(Sometimes it’s tough to feel at home in your own city.  Which is why I’ve given myself a challenge:  each day, for forty days, I’m going to find *one* thing I love about this place.   345 more words

Roanoke

Song of Salvation

Sing Lord,
To make of me a song,
Rising on the wind,
Spreading through the land.

By the movement of Your tune,
I proclaim Your Love. 59 more words

Catholic, Christian

Song of Salvation

Sing Lord,
To make of me a song,
Rising on the wind,
Spreading through the land.

By the movement of Your tune,
I proclaim Your Love. 60 more words

Song of Salvation

Sing Lord,
To make of me a song,
Rising on the wind,
Spreading through the land.

By the movement of Your tune,
I proclaim Your Love. 59 more words

Song of Salvation

Sing Lord,
To make of me a song,
Rising on the wind,
Spreading through the land.

By the movement of Your tune,
I proclaim Your Love. 59 more words

All Things Catholic

The Politics of Memory and Deconstruction in the Postindustrial U.S.

I came across the Baltimore Brick By Brick blog yesterday and am enjoying reading through their posts about deconstructing the Milton-Montford neighborhood of East Baltimore. Not only does the project focus on rethinking blight’s status as “negative” space and linking the histories of these places and the experiences of residents to the need for sustainable demolition practices, but the blog also includes a lot of information about the process of deconstruction itself and the materials being found and salvaged. 1,610 more words

Rust Monsters and Duergar

Awhile back I wrote a blog post that went over the quest Reclamation.  In that particular post I mentioned the various enemies you encounter and the how the quest flows.  489 more words