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Fictional Colleges for Scenarios & Role-Playing

The EDUCAUSE 2006 pre-conference seminar, “This is Not a Lab: Seminar on Developing Learning Environments,” used fictional profiles of four different types of higher education institutions to support a workshop group exercise. 1,219 more words



(This is an exchange with an old friend. She is a member of the group of enlightened New Yorkers that  included Loanne. We no longer live in the same town, so we stay in ouch by phone and the occasional e-mail.) 92 more words


This Week in Wine Tastings

Fill up the last week in July with two exciting wine events. The first a tasting of new world wines from California’s Duckhorn vineyards and the other, a wine dinner featuring Tignanello, distinctive red wines from the house of Antonori. 108 more words


Vintage Finds at the Newberry Library Book Fair

A major highlight of summer for me is the Newberry Library Book Fair. I went a leeeeeetle crazy this year (well, every year) and ended up with a couple of armloads of books.  365 more words

Vintage Sewing Pattern

New Sauvignon Blanc from Bordeaux

About two years ago Mouton Cadet added a sauvignon blanc to their wine collection. The grapes are grown by partner wine-growers in the Entre-Deux-Mer region. Located between the Dordogne and Garonne Rivers, the vineyards are made up of clay-limestone soil, ideal for fruity whites with a fresh finish. 178 more words



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I''m still here . . . .

I’ve been busy finishing things laying around on my pc and for the last few weeks I’ve been working on my Christmas in July projects. 11 more words