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Jack Bruce

So sorry to hear about the death of Jack Bruce.  Some of the first music I remember hearing was Cream’s Disraeli Gears.  My Dad was working for Philips in the late 60’s and brought home the record on this newish format called a cassette.   31 more words

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This is a catch up post for some of the new designs out there in the UK magazines.

  Cross Stitch Collection has gathered  previously published Christmas design from some of your favorite designers and published them in this delightful bookazine. 128 more words

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You may of noticed the lack of new content. It’s been a busy couple of months.The last couple of months have been a transformative journey where I went from being an aspiring writer to a freelance professional writer getting plenty of work. 901 more words

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The Power of the Proust Questionnaire

Soooooo…Nanowrimo.
(Yes, again. And no, I’m not capitalizing the proper letters this time, because it takes forever.)

When it comes to my approach to Nanowrimo, I definitely fall on the “Plotter” side of the Pantser/Plotter face-off. 507 more words

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Pinnawala: close encounter with elephants

It’s one thing to find yourself eye to eye with an elephant in a circus or in a zoo. It’s a whole different story to have a close encounter with these majestic beasts in picturesque Sri Lankan surroundings, with acres of land in sight. 907 more words

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Westmoreland Federated Library System and Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra Team Up for Lincoln Book Club and Concert

The Westmoreland County Federated Library System (WCFLS) and the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra are pleased to announce a partnership of two important organizations in Westmoreland  County. On February 21, 2015 the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra will present “American Masters” a concert featuring Aaron Copland’s “Lincoln Portrait” narrated by Gene A. 385 more words

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