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Yes. Faded. Mardi Gras Beads. Rusted. Fleur de Lis.

These are great symbols. Icons. Of a city who calls itself, “The city that care forgot.” Well. 323 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Wolves in Sheep's Clothing

This weekend I had a flashback to this same time last year when I was working at Greenheart Shop, a fair-trade boutique based out of Chicago, and we were doing tons of holiday markets every weekend at churches and synagogues in the city to sell fair trade goods. 754 more words

What the Fleur-de-Lis Means To Us

Because Chris and I spent many years away from home, we really appreciate what it means to be back. Although we had the privilege of growing up in such a great, tight-knit community, we both left the city thinking that living elsewhere would be an improvement. 639 more words


Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc, a peasant girl living in medieval France, believed that God had chosen her to lead France to victory in its long-running war with England. 544 more words

Why #BowTieFriday?

I have to wear a tie in the office. It’s the professional academic administrator thing to do, especially in the south.  But our office also likes to do casual Fridays, especially in the summer.   219 more words

Bow Ties

My first tattoo: Planning

**Always think before you ink! **

Keeping in line with recent themes of change and self-improvement, I’ve been playing around with my appearance quite a bit: Dying my hair, wearing different styles of makeup and clothing out with my comfort zone and generally trying to be more proactive about my social life. 338 more words

princess complex

It’s time to come out of the closet with my princess complex. Ever since I was a child I thought I was a princess, and my dad was some sort of king. 297 more words

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