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Treasure Trove of Musical Ideas

A few months ago my husband came home with a huge box of old sheet music he found at a garage sale for $15. I was, at once, both excited and dismayed — because we were in the midst of moving/home renovations/summer with three kids and I didn’t have a place to store it. 566 more words


ToniOnThrifting 31 – Treasure Trove Vintage Antiques & Thrift - New and Improved at New Location

Treasure Trove Vintage Antiques & Thrift has moved. Its new location is at 115 N. McQuestern Highway in Mount Vernon. It is new, improved, and better than ever. 289 more words


A Special Drop: Moët & Chandon Imperial

Suffice it to say, I don’t exactly have a champagne budget, but this New Year’s Eve I decided to splash out and treat myself to my first taste of real champagne (my dad swears I have tasted champagne before as a child in England, but 1. 542 more words


A Special Drop: Ascension Wineries 'Fortitude' Tawny Port

A few weeks ago I wrote about a visit I made to Ascension Wine Estate in October with my best friend, and the fun I had tasting some of their wines. 385 more words


Best of 2015 - an journey through our year

Wow! Another year is over and so many things happened! We decided to just show you some of our pictures with only the month of release under it! 34 more words

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Treasure Trove: The Everyman’s Library ‘Stories, Essays and Poems’ by G. K. Chesterton

A month or so ago, I mentioned the late 19th and early 20th century writer (and journalist, and theologian, poet, literary and art critic, essayist, apologist, orator, philosopher…) G. 235 more words


Treasure Trove: 'The Kingdom of God'

O world invisible, we view thee,
O world intangible, we touch thee,
O world unknowable, we know thee,
Inapprehensible, we clutch thee!

Among my fairly extensive collection of second-hand books (I’ve found a number of treasures in second-hand bookstores and on second-hand book stalls) is an extremely battered 1922 edition of ‘Poems of Today’, in which appears, among many other poems, this one by Francis Thompson.

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