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Since tomorrow is Thanksgiving, I couldn’t think of a better title to this post. Since I last updated y’all in August, Luke and I have gone on many more adventures, caught up with old friends, and have met new friends along the way. 784 more words

The Shadows of the Aeons

OK this post is not Smithsonian or work related, but still took place in D.C.

Back in August while I was attending the Edmonton Fringe Festival, I met a Calgary-based author at Chapters selling his book. 374 more words

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Writing Contest: Fruits of the Spirit Daycare

I entered in my Advanced Creative Writing class’s contest this year, which was a 600 word story with the prompt “kindness in action.” Trying to find a way to keep a short story from becoming cliché and cheesy, I decided to pull from… 649 more words


People Are Mad The Bible Museum Represents ‘Only A Judeo-Christian Perspective’

Reported by Amber Randall | Civil Rights Reporter | 10:54 AM 11/19/2017

URL of the original posting site: http://dailycaller.com/2017/11/19/people-are-mad-the-bible-museum-represents-only-a-judeo-christian-perspective/

Some people have voiced frustration with the fact that the Museum of the Bible only represents a…

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Duck Season Once More

As you can imagine, I’m thrilled it’s duck season once more. One of my favorite haunts is at a least suspecting place which is smack-dab right in the middle of the Nation’s Capital. 331 more words


Ex-D-Boy Turns Pastor and Shapes Young Lives

It isn’t every day a former drug dealer becomes a pastor and youth advocate, but Pastor CJ Blair laid down his guns to give his life to Jesus, and he says it was in that moment his life took a dramatic turn. 1,707 more words

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Shop Small for Baby Ventures books in DC!

Capitol Hill. Takoma Park. Georgetown. Petworth. What do these and more DC, Virginia, and Maryland locales have in common? They’re home to one-of-a-kind local shops that retail our Baby Ventures… 157 more words