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Celebrating Our History

Girl Scouts has a long and storied tradition of bringing girls together for fun, challenging experiences and spurring lifelong friendships. For more than 59 million women in America today, Girl Scouts is a cornerstone of their childhood (and adolescent) experience. 430 more words


Clotheslines of Cod on the Great Northern Peninsula

Typically cod would be drying on flakes or neatly spread on flat rocks near the beach, but more and more often the cod fish can be seen drying like clothes on the line. 467 more words

Great Northern Peninsula

Principles of life to live life with good heart and good intelligence

Over Christmas holidays I had an interesting exercise with my father to identify what would be the principles of life that guide our life and that we would like to leave as our philosophical legacy to our ‘next of kin’s’. 301 more words

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Half-Lives: Story of a Chinese Kantang

Who is a Chinese?

Yesterday at a reunion dinner (the kind of things Singaporean Chinese do in a desperate bid to retain some semblance of ‘tradition’), I sat next to my grandmother and her son, my father. 1,742 more words

Life Opinion

Cousins of the Dove Book #2

After a lengthy wait, the second book in Harvest House Publishing’s “Cousins of the Dove” series has finally been released! Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould have once again brought to life a fascinating tale which interweaves past and present into one compelling narrative called… 190 more words

Book Reviews

Starting this journey

I’ve been picturing having a coop with fancy hens ever since I can remember.  Now, growing up I lived on 10 acres of, well, mostly trees.   492 more words


Blog A: Water Protectors and the effect of ignorance on culture and heritage.

Colloquially known as the “flyover state”, North Dakota was recently the location of one of the largest and longest demonstrations staged by Native Americans in history. 961 more words