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A Day by the Seaside at Williamstown

“It is an interesting biological fact that all of us have, in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears. 748 more words

Travel

Cemetery-in-the-Woods

Here is Dad at the grave of his great-grandmother, Mary Kilraine Craven Cumuskey.

Mary was born in County Wicklow, Ireland around 1840. She arrived in the United States in 1849. 238 more words

Craven Family

Creative Duos: Winestains Barossa

So far on Wallflower Wisdom we’ve had Creative Duos and Trios featuring sisters, friends and lovers but never a father-daughter team. Well it’s time I fixed that by sharing my chat with… 867 more words

Interviews

What is so odd about travelling solo?

The past entries of this blog had been about rather serious subjects. But why not mix it up a little? This article is a bit Carrie Bradshaw, and I hope you would enjoy it. 463 more words

What Can Adult Guitar Lessons Williamstown Can Do ?

Music is essential in our lives. When we speak, there is highness and lowness in pitch so we can better express ourselves. Many of us had sung along with our favorite commercial jingles and with the easy to remember tunes, we find ourselves humming to it on our way to the supermarket and finally putting that product in the basket. 387 more words

Music Classes