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Sara Willet

“My recent paintings follow an evolving methodology. I create detailed, multi-layered, fragmented surfaces through which I aim to investigate perception and illusion. The triangular or circular forms that swarm across the surface evolve gradually over time. 277 more words

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And Then Suddenly, There She Was

I have always known I was adopted.

My parents thought that keeping something like that a secret would be detrimental to me in future and I thank them for that all the time. 1,112 more words

Eurasian golden oriole (Oriolus,oriolus)

I just got the idea to pick dandelions and made paint from it.
It’s pretty easy to make, just crunching them and add water and than the liquid that’s coming out from the crunched dandelions is what I used to paint with. 144 more words

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Echinacea: No better than blessings

Back in the sixth century AD, most of Europe was succumbing to the bubonic plague.  One of the first signs of the plague was sneezing, and so as legend has it, Pope Gregory the Great was the first to say “God bless you” when anyone sneezed, presumably as a pre-emptive death rite. 870 more words

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To My Biological Father - An Open Letter

I used to hate you for giving me up. I couldn’t stand the thought and I couldn’t understand it. To this day I still don’t understand why you did it. 659 more words

Yes, there is a female and a male brain [Biological Sciences]

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Nicolette Dammacco: Should you be paid to be a stay-at-home mom?

Motherhood.

Many say it’s the hardest job in the world but if that’s true, why is there no revenue that comes along with it?

There has been talk that stay-at-home moms should receive a… 302 more words

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