Monthly Archives: July 2012

Day 52: Awesome bedside table ideas…

Originally posted on likeables:
Photos from Pinterest.

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15 Things You Can Do With a Storage Baggie

After reading Mrs. Here’s A Tip Blog on using Ziploc baggies while packing, I was inspired to think of how many ways a baggie can be used. I use baggies for so many things (including packing) and wondered if other … Continue reading

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Hydrofracking: What is it and Why is it important?

By Debbie Morrow   Fracking in New York State With New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo making his final decision on hydrofracking by the end of the year, small town governments are scrambling to define their own local laws on … Continue reading

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Learning From an Unexpected Source

Wise Young Bloggers After reading a plethora of blogs, there is one thing that stands out in my mind. Many of these strangers who share their words so intimately with me are wise beyond their years. Does that make me … Continue reading

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I can’t help myself. I love when I run across information with a historical flavor. Especially when it has to do with words. Enjoy!

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Originally posted on Z's Blog:
It’s … Friday the 13th! [Cue scary background music.] Do you suffer from friggatriskaidekaphobia? Frigg spinning (Frigg—sometimes anglicized to Frigga—is the powerful Norse goddess for whom “Friday” is named, and triskaidekaphobia means fear of…

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Originally posted on love and heretics:
Do you really see those around you? Do they let you? Do you want to? Can anyone really see you? do you let them? Do they want to? We hide ourselves behind masks, behind…

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