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- “…as an art teacher of young children and a mother, I love this book!”
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Category Archives: 1900-1920
At the risk of sharing old news, while taking a break from drafting The Chronicles of Ebenezer Rabbit this week, I stumbled across an article describing the contents of a 113-year shoebox-sized time capsule unearthed outside the Boston State House back in October. The … Continue reading
The Lives They Left Behind: Suitcases from a State Hospital Attic By Darby Penney & Peter Stastny Photographs by Lisa Rinzler Bellevue Literary Press, 2008 The Six-Year-Old has been stuck at home most of the week with a nasty cold, … Continue reading
Reposted from Once Upon a Time in Needham. On June 5, 1904, the Congregational Church of Needham unveiled the Greene Memorial Window during the regular Sunday morning service. The window was given to the church by Miss Marietta R. Greene … Continue reading
Reposted from Once Upon a Time in Needham. When I think of special church services, I think of Christmas, Easter, baptisms, and weddings. I don’t think of the ceremonial burning of financial documents. That’s really more a private thing. So … Continue reading
Cross-posted to Caterpickles. Hey it’s NaNoWriMo. I’ve got be careful how I use my time. 🙂 When I learned recently of a Victorian taxidermist named Walter Potter who delighted in crafting ornate scenes using preserved animals dressed in period costume, … Continue reading