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Haunting Likenesses: The Anonymous 19th-Century Woman in Photographic Portraits

This post discusses photographic portraits in Bartow-Pell’s fall exhibition, The “Quiet Circle”: Women and Girls in 19th-Century America, on view until November 19.

Young Girl, 1855–65. 1,294 more words

Mansion Musings

tick tock

Depression really fucking blows.

It has sucked my life force away these last weeks… losing a pet hurts. A Lot more than I anticipated.

Perspective- my younger brother died in March 1997. 385 more words

RIP Gord; Wheat Kings...this one is for my kids, Carly & Matt.

“Wheat Kings”

Sundown in the Paris of the prairies
Wheat kings have all treasures buried
And all you hear are the rusty breezes
Pushing around the weathervane Jesus… 178 more words

Childless-not-by-choice II

About a year ago I wrote my first blog on childless-not-by-choice. It’s my most widely read blog.

It’s been more than 7 years ago when I made the decision to stop the fertility treatment. 698 more words



By Charles Robert Lindholm 

each day is like a journey on a frontier trail
the fellow travelers change depending on the
time, place and destinations… 411 more words

48. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

Wednesday, October 18th, 6:00pm
Everyone on the bus

Everyone: (singing)
Does your mother tell you things
Long, long when I’m gone?
Who you talking to? 282 more words


Betrayal : Sucks, big time....

What is betrayal? What forms does it come in? How does it affect us? If you are looking for answers in the above questions, you’re at the wrong place. 422 more words