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RMS Titanic Sinks (1912)

The Titanic was a massive ocean liner that was thought to be virtually unsinkable. The ship was on its maiden voyage and carrying more than 2,200 passengers and crew when it struck an iceberg on April 14, 1912, and sank early the next morning. 57 more words

Sunday night supper on the new cooktop!

Woo-hoo! After a somewhat delayed start (I had no idea how to turn on the cooktop – luckily I found the directions) I was able to take the cooktop on its maiden voyage. 26 more words


Maiden Voyage

We had a baby! Well… it feels that way. What I mean is, our tiny house emerged from the driveway and received her birth certificate. She is officially DMV registered as a coach trailer. 720 more words


Recording Studio Shenanigans

So if it wasn’t obvious from my very unimaginative title; I was in a recording studio. (and there were shenanigans) It’s part of an exciting project I am lucky enough to be involved with, and I’m not actually sure if/how much I’m allowed to reveal. 292 more words


maiden voyage - my very first blogpost on wordpress

Before starting to blog there are a few questions worthwhile answering:

First off, what is a blog?

A blog is a sort of online journal on one topic by one person or occasionally a small group. 389 more words

Maiden Voyage

Scrolling through the newsfeed

Oh, look! A meal I won’t get to eat! Oh, look! A party I wasn’t invited to! Oh, look! An adorable baby! My, he’s certainly grown in the past two hours! 220 more words

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