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A Legacy That Lives On..

On this day 54 years ago, the United States not only lost its President, but it also lost a true visionary for the future. A future he had planned from the moment he became President of the United States, until that fateful day in Dallas. 698 more words



It was a wonderful time to be alive.  Americans were living in a self-proclaimed “Camelot” with a charismatic leader and his lovely wife.  All was well with the world. 322 more words

2017 Fall Quilt Market, Part 3

Alison Glass

Libs Elliott

Patty Sloniger

Darling little sewing tin!

One of our favorites parts of International Quilt Market is having the opportunity to walk the aisles, visit with designers, industry partners, and friends. 1,161 more words


A Knight to Remember.

Only 54 days until curtain up on Norton Theatre Group’s production of Camelot. Rehearsals are going fabulously well, and it looks like it’s going to be another hilarious production, partly due to the wonderfully funny script by our very own Chris Bennion, but mainly down to the hugely talented cast we have this year. 42 more words


Me in the Middle of An Ordinary Day ~ JFK

An Ordinary Day ~ JFK

~ Creative Writing 3rd Person ~

It was November and an ordinary week day with not much planned except for household chores and planning for the upcoming holidays.  991 more words

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Once out, there is no way back


Lord Cardigan leading the Charge of the Light Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava in 1854, painting by Harry Payne. 110 more words


Studying Music-McKenna Anderson

I’m sure we’ve all got specific music to while we study or do homework, mine being largely classical music. At least, it was classical music, until I stumbled upon the wonder that is Celtic music (especially battle Celtic music). 53 more words