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A Common Thread : Cohesiveness (an 8-minute read)

from Fougeron Architecture

The best of life’s shared experiences includes a common thread. This turn of phrase uniquely characterizes the invisible medium which connects people forming deep familial and social bonds. 1,490 more words


Cryptoquote Spoiler - 10/06/17

“Be faithful to your own taste, because nothing you really like is ever out of style.”   —   Billy Baldwin

(I always prefer a carefully coiffed head of hair, and a clean-shaven face!  19 more words


The Ultimate Face-Off

Nicolas Cage needs to be a surprise guest star on The Big Bang Theory.

And by surprise, I mean a total surprise for the audience and… 137 more words

Billy Baldwin - His New York Mets Career 1976

Billy Baldwin was acquired from the Detroit Tiger along with Mickey Lolich in exchange for Rusty Staub and Bill Laxton on December 12, 1975.  The outfielder spent the 1976 season with the Tidewater Tides, the Mets top farm club, before being brought up to New York when the rosters expanded in September.   134 more words

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Designers Who Inspire

Ilse Crawford/IKEA 

There are many designers I admire.  Originally, I was going to blog about my top ten favorites, however, that seemed a bit long.  So after giving it a lot of thought, I decided to narrow it to my top three: 266 more words

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"The Last Leaf" by Billy Baldwin


Billy Baldwin
Decozen Books (2016)
ISBN  9780997697001
Reviewed by Willow Cramer (age 7) for Reader Views (01/17)

“The Last Leaf” by Billy Baldwin is a story about a young leaf named Crinkle, who couldn’t get out of his branch because he was stuck, but he finally pops out and is surprised he is purple! 334 more words

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