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Lemony Bastarda

He was beautiful with his lemony yellow allure; but there was no doubt about it, he was a bastard; and she knew it.

The ephemera: 24 more words


The Great New England Eclipse of 1932

In my ongoing preoccupation with turning the universal into the parochial, it wasn’t difficult to determine which historical eclipse had the biggest impact on Salem, which was… 367 more words


Shiny — It's High Noon, Tide’s Out, Mud

The glare is almost blinding: it’s noon in August and the tide is out, leaving a shiny film of water on the exposed salt flats in Palo Alto’s Baylands Park. 64 more words


Resolution: Victorian-Era Advice Worth Following

I acquired this little Victorian-era birthday greeting in a box with other small antique booklets and cards at an auction house in the early 2000s. It had a very powerful impact on me when I read it, but at some point it got placed in storage and so did the words that speak the resolve to be true to ourselves. 51 more words

Christianity & Spirituality

Economical Links for 2017.08.18

A quiet week on the economical stationery front, but here are a few interesting links:

Fountain Pen Review: Muji Fountain Pen 60 more words

Set the controls for the heart of the sun...

On August 21st everyone in the US will, weather permitting, experience some part of the total eclipse of the sun.  Here in Nashville, we are expecting 500,000 visitors to join us residents in watching the totality, which is expected to be a two-hour show from start to finish. 363 more words



This is the third of three in a series highlighting homes in the Old West End neighborhood of my home town, Toledo, Ohio.

8 x 8″

Pamela Towns