Yesterday morning I was out on my bike, cycling along the River Dijle – more of that in another post. But while heading towards my destination I happened to make a brief stop at a railway crossing in Boortmeerbeek to check my map, and saw this unusual street name – XXste Konvooistraat – 20th Convoy Street. 177 more words
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I will be adding these as I can and trying to make them easier to see. I was so far away that I had to magnify them a great deal to find the subject. 98 more words
The Collective Healing of Trauma Associated with War..... for Humanity at large and for the human consciousness.
As Librarian I have had to often deal with life on multiple levels and read what no-one else would read in a lifetime – mainly because I was forced to read things I would not normally have touched with a ten foot pole, and mainly because of curiosity, or because other people had requested books, and I started randomly opening them and reading it. 2,161 more words
Everywhere I run is like a page from my 11th-grade AP U.S. history textbook. White House, check. Arlington Cemetery, check. U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court, check, check. 78 more words
My husband and I are beginning new adventures. We both love history–particularly American history and decided to visit as many local battlefields as we can. I just wished that I had taken more photos. 607 more words