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So here’s a riddle for you:

A man and his son are in a car accident. The man is killed instantly, and his son is rushed to the local hospital. 346 more words

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Mixing It Up: Introduction

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We humans like to think in tidy, distinct categories. Things are different, or they are the same. If they are different, we put them in different piles. 555 more words

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Why this blog?

Dear friends,

I’ve just started a blog that has the tagline, “Thoughts on economics, ethics, gender, climate, language, Zen, and a few other things…” What in the world could those things have in common?? 267 more words

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New Do, New You

  

So it has been a few months since I have gotten my hair cut. I wanted to spice it up a bit instead of getting a regular pixie cut that was sorta boring and normal. 42 more words

This Is The Year: Part Two

It takes a lot of cooperation and concentration to make a meeting happen.

We found out that Jordan’s great-aunt Francine was coming to South Carolina to visit some cousins on her father’s mother’s side. 281 more words

Inspirianapolis.

Over the years, I have narrowed my bag of tricks to a select few: watercolors, ink, a dip pen to write with. Sure, I vary it a bit with some gouache and an occasional brush pen — but my arsenal is limited and comfortable as old, very scuffed shoes. 231 more words

Advice & Answers

Michelle Geffken reblogged this on michelle geffken and commented:

Welcome to a quiet new home on the web for reposts of wonder, creativity and beauty from others. I also write at Paper Blogging: Travels with a Pen: Sketchbooks and Seeing.    

Closet Secrets

Today we’re taking a little peek inside my closet. I live in a studio and it’s basically a closet with a bed, not because of size but because of the sheer amount of clothing inside. 233 more words

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