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Five on Friday 10

  1. The Spectacular Second Empire 1852-1870 – If I were still in Paris, I would totally go to this exhibit at the musée d’Orsay. The Second Empire marks the reign on Napoleon III, a time of wealth and ostentation, but also tremendous social unrest.

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Audible.com 2-for-1 Sale on The Great Courses

Hello, everyone! I’m dashing off a quick (and rare) Sunday post just because I want to let you all know about Audible’s latest sale: no less than 153 lecture series from  863 more words

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Digital Delivery Delicacies: Food-A Cultural Culinary History, Online Courses from Universal Class, and more!

If you have been wanting to expand your culinary knowledge and skills, but don’t have time to attend a class in person then checkout these great online lectures and courses available from home for Hoboken Library Card holders. 700 more words

Aimee Harris

A Great Course from The Great Courses: Fundamentals of Photography


After 40 years of point-and-shoot photography while herding butterflies (my kids) or chasing Alan (my husband), as his frame slowly disappeared over the horizon of the photo I was trying to frame, I’ve finally reached the stage of life where I can start to think about what it is I’m trying to accomplish beyond capturing precious memories and creating chronicles of beauty. 426 more words

Encouragements For Living

"The Great Memories" / Memorable Fancies #0127

It was exciting at first, the idea of buying someone else’s memory of – certain real-life events. After the first idealistic predictions, the trade became mostly sexual, you know? 142 more words

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Why The Blog Has Been Neglected...

It’s been an entire 2 months since my last post. It’s not because I’ve stopped seeing God in my days, but that I’ve had a new, exciting writing project on the go. 836 more words

LEARNING - THE GREAT COURSES

Research.

The very mention of the word makes the assholes of some authors pucker up so tight they get anal cramps. Not me, though. In fact you might think me insane were you to know not just how much research I do but how much I love it. 424 more words

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