Monthly Archives: November 2016

Crossroads

Laika in a TieA couple of nights ago, Laika freaked out. He’d been kinda lethargic all day, then, about 9 at night, he jumped up and ran headlong for the door. This wasn’t an urgent, ‘I have to pee’ kind of run but more a ‘I need to get out of this place as quickly as possible’ situation. He was banging his head against the door and dribbling urine. I was in my pajamas so I opened the apartment door and the door to the outside and he took off running. Continue reading

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Paper Stunts

Here’s a bunch of really cool paper tricks you can do at home!

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About citizenship…

Today was an auspicious day. In the US, for the first time in history, a woman led a major political party in a bid for the presidency. Rasa turned 24. And we went and got Monki registered as an American citizen. Continue reading

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Professor Felicia Campbell – UNLV’s longest-serving faculty member talks about her life in, out of classroom | Las Vegas Review-Journal

So here’s the deal. I’m a university professor, and I think I’m a pretty good one. Most of my students like me, I like what I do, and in the end everyone learns something.

I owe a huge chunk of that to this women here. So if you think I’m good at what I do, you should read this article and learn about the source!

Source: UNLV’s longest-serving faculty member talks about her life in, out of classroom | Las Vegas Review-Journal

 

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BBC – Culture – The language rules we know – but don’t know we know

Mark Forsyth tasted internet fame this week when a passage from a book he wrote went viral. He explains more language secrets that native speakers know without knowing.

Source: BBC – Culture – The language rules we know – but don’t know we know

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Free Historical Costume Patterns

A list of free historical medieval, Elizabethan and Victorian costume patterns.

Source: Free Historical Costume Patterns

Now, the question you might be asking yourself is “why are you posting this here?” Continue reading

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Caretaker of a Goddess

Snicket Blake, to whom I am somehow related, has directed a new film. Her last one, was pretty good, too.

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Zombie Malls | David Magazine

Thousands of Shuttered Malls Stand as Tragic Testaments to Unfulfilled Commercial Optimism.

Read my latest for David Magazine!

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