Monthly Archives: September 2016

Involvement

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
Warsaw Ghetto — Yad Vashem It wasn’t an unpleasant day. It wasn’t raining or snowing, extremely cold or hot; there was nothing that would make a short chat with a friend, or wait for…

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Involvement

It wasn’t an unpleasant day. It wasn’t raining or snowing, extremely cold or hot; there was nothing that would make a short chat with a friend, or wait for a green light uncomfortable. … Source: Involvement

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A Transitional Season

Originally posted on Writer's Cramp:
The wind has picked up today and is so strong that the birds and small animals have taken cover. We are transitioning into the fall season but summer doesn’t want to let go. We…

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On the El’

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
Randolph Stop South — Jonathan Michael Johnson He walked up to me, this man on the El’, a stranger, and said the Lord asked him to bless me. His suit was gray, And his…

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In Boxes

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
Biscoitius-Blog You can’t put Haydn in a box. You can’t put Bach in a box either, because he’ll find a way to squirm out of it — those endlessly growing and weaving themes, you…

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The Brick City – Benton Park

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Originally posted on Brick and Stone: Architecture and Preservation:
Let’s start this blog post with a catastrophe! On May 17, 1849, a fire broke out on the steamboat “The White Cloud” docked at the St. Louis levee. The city was crowded with…

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The View From the Observation Car

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Originally posted on Writer's Cramp:
I enjoy train travel. There, I said it for all the world to see. For some reason there is a lot of complaining and ill-will directed toward train travel and especially Amtrak, the only…

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Dirt

Originally posted on From the Laundry Room:
? I have never been bullied. There was that one time some kid said my red hair looked like a used tampon in front of the entire class, but that was just… odd.…

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Annie’s Apology

Originally posted on nbsmithblog…random digressions and musings:
Another short story from the archives. Hopefully, a few new stories like Flying Lessons will be written and posted. In the meantime: Annie’s Apology In fifth grade it seems as if girls…

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Self-Published Book Beats the Odds by Making the New York Times Bestseller List

Originally posted on Eva Lesko Natiello:
? ? ? photo by Esteban When I self-published my book, admittedly, it was the last resort. It was the backup plan if I had failed to sell it to a trade publisher. I promised…

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