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Something Old

I still have the tattered Golden Book of Nursery Tales (1948) and Mother Goose Book of Nursery Rhymes (1953) presented to me at birth. At a time in my life when preserving the past evidently mattered less to me, I removed the … Continue reading

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Graduation Reverie

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. . . And a Few More (Pictures, That Is)

I’m afraid I scared off more than a few potential readers by the tongue-in-cheek title I chose for my last post. “Juste (a Few thousand) Words” was meant as a play on the title of my blog and the hackneyed … Continue reading

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Juste (a Few Thousand) iWords

Today, with both student essays to grade and a personal writing assignment of my own to complete, I decided to try something  little different for my recently neglected blog. I have been a camera snob since I picked up my first … Continue reading

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