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The Best (and Cutest!) Pillbox Ever: Port and Polish

The cutest pillbox you’ve ever seen is here, and you need it.

I was thinking that I’d tell you a little about this cute pillbox I carry with me everywhere. 517 more words


I'm a sucker for.......Part 3

So we have had Sunsets/Sunrises and Water so far in this 4 part series of photographs. Today I am sharing with you some photos of something that I LOVE seeking out in new places and that my dearest ones is….Architecture. 106 more words


Merchants' Exchange Building Cornerstone Laid

On this day, the 22nd of February in 1832, the cornerstone to what would become the Merchants’ Exchange Building was laid. This monumental office building was designed by William Strickland and is an exquisite expression of the Greek Revival style, the first national American architectural style.

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I challenge you to burn the machine.

I’m a teacher, right? Yeah. That’s right. I teach kids. Which is often considered hilarious because I kind of still look like a kid (even though my ever-multiplying grey hairs would disagree). 863 more words


The Lost Art of Cursive Writing

It was close to the end of the period and there were some notes that I wanted to quickly put on the whiteboard. I grabbed my marker and began to write in cursive, “Canada’s population…” I was just getting started when a boy at the back called out, “I can’t read joined letters.” I was floored. 660 more words

Week 5 Abroad

I got Adobe this weekend, and I’m teaching myself how to use it. As a result, I created these. I’m going to make a weekly digital journal page. 57 more words


The City of Angels

This long weekend was so much fun! We went down to Los Angeles and today I am going to write about my love for the city. 482 more words

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