Monthly Archives: August 2019

How We Choose to Dance — lauravent69

Dance your dance! via How We Choose to Dance — lauravent69

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“We need a president… to face down the greed of fossil fuel executives and the billionaire class who stand in the way of climate action. We need a president who welcomes their hatred.” — Art of Quotation

“We need a president who has the courage, the vision, and the record to face down the greed of fossil fuel executives and the billionaire class who stand in the way of climate action. We need a president who welcomes … Continue reading

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😃 — Moda-Creative thinking (this video is wonderful–Gigi)

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5 Reasons Why I Love Blackwell’s | Holly Goes Abroad — Nut Free Nerd (such a lovely post about a great bookstore–Gigi)

What would a Holly Goes Abroad series be without a post about Blackwell’s? Blackwell’s is my favorite bookshop in Oxford, and definitely one of my favorite bookshops ever. My friend and I made a point to make an extra-long visit … Continue reading

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Quote from: Ruth Bader Ginsburg

We should not be held back from pursuing our full talents, from contributing what we could contribute to the society, because we fit into a certain mold… because we belong to a group that historically has been the object of … Continue reading

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Mew…a poem

tiny hunter fuzzy and bright you light up both day and night your soft meows your gentle purrs your tiny paws and black striped fur I watch you leap I watch you play your graceful  beauty your charming ways I … Continue reading

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Judy and Danny…18

“I’m glad you’re back, Miss,” said Joseph, crushing his hat between his hands, which was never a good sign. “What is it?” asked Judy “It’s about the rhinos, Miss.” “What about them?  Are they okay?” she asked, suddenly nervous. “Since … Continue reading

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