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Going with the Flow.

Maybe one of these weeks, I’ll stop being so proud of my ability to just go with the flow, but it’s not happening yet. It’s a pretty big deal for me to just release my tight grip on wanting to make things go a certain way and instead go with the way the wind blows, but I’ve been consistently pulling it off (with a few hiccups) for a while now, and it still makes me feel all proud inside anyway. 1,156 more words

Short Stories

THANKSGIVING AND FOOTBALL

One of my favorite cartoons about the First Thanksgiving shows several Pilgrim and Wampanoag women in the foreground setting a table for a huge feast, while in the background their husbands (both Native American and Pilgrim) are playing a rousing game of football.  468 more words

The Pilgrims And The First Thanksgiving

76 Trombones, 5 Musicians, 2 Posters, 1 Painting

Exactly 70 years ago today — on October 19, 1946 — the Saturday Evening Post cover showed 5 high school band musicians.

As many “06880” readers know, Westport artist Stevan Dohanos used 5 Staples High School students as models. 404 more words

People

Little Spooners

A Saturday Evening Post cover by favored artist, Norman Rockwell

Art And Photos

MESTRES DO CONTO “WESTERN”: JOHNSTON MC CULLEY – AUTOR DE “O SINAL DO ZORRO” (5)

A NOITE DO ANO NOVO  (4ª e última parte)

Como prometido, aqui têm a conclusão do conto de Johnston McCulley publicado em 1949 n’O Mosquito nºs 1051 a 1054, com tradução de Raul Correia e um sugestivo cabeçalho desenhado por… 994 more words

O Mosquito

Penny Candy

With a single dollar, we were sent off with a very short list. It was usually bread, milk, and a pack of Tareyton cigarettes for Dad. 253 more words

Family

MESTRES DO CONTO “WESTERN”: JOHNSTON MC CULLEY – AUTOR DE “O SINAL DO ZORRO” (4)

A NOITE DO ANO NOVO (3ª parte)

Embora já tivessem aparecido n’O Mosquito com regularidade, a partir do nº 1032, outros contos traduzidos por Raul Correia, a epígrafe  1,141 more words

O Mosquito