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Culpeper is a Man, not a Spice

When I teach the history of medicine, I ask students to think about how everyday people — people much like themselves, but in more Puritanical garb — responded to symptoms such as runny noses, sore throats, sprained ankles, and relentless diarrhea. 979 more words


Thursday Culpeper Doors

I needed chalk paint. Painting projects were calling to me and I lacked the colors needed  to bring new life to a few old pieces of furniture. 157 more words


Justice Department Forces Christian Pastor to Testify on Islam Views

UPDATE: Federal Court Dismisses Entire Justice Department Mosque Case

PJ Media, by J. Christian Adams, Aug. 31, 2017:

The United State Department of Justice has issued subpoenas to force a Christian pastor in Virginia to disclose under oath his views on Islam. 931 more words

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Anniversary Weekend Away

The weekend didn’t start in the most romantic of ways. I tried to get my glucose test for gestational diabetes done on Friday afternoon, but the lab insisted I should have fasted despite my written instructions saying otherwise. 583 more words


9 Highlights from My Trip to Virginia

I went to visit two of my wonderful sisters in Virginia this past weekend.  Only one of them lives there but the other sister present was visiting too. 988 more words

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ECW Weekender: In the Steps of Lee to Gettysburg—Culpeper

The town of Culpeper is one of central Virginia’s most historic towns.  The area around Culpeper saw more marching, fighting and camping during the Civil War than any other area in the nation.  699 more words

A Road-Trip To Virginia!

We are back from one of the best ever road-trips we have taken in the recent past. It’s always tricky to determine how far is too far in a car with kids who don’t really like to sit for long stretches. 85 more words

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