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writing & all of that

sometimes my former career paths actually help me out. Case in point, english lit & writing. I’ve been fortunate enough to write a little professionally for an encyclopedia (categories, arts &; entertainment) and also I’ve edited some entries in wikipedia (just for the fun of it…) If I can finish my short chapters, I will have 2 pieces in an upcoming book. One will be ...

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parvo :(

so, roxy (5 months, 20 lbs puppy) was diagnosed with parvo on Monday, in spite of having 2 parvo vaccinations already (her final vaccinations were ironically scheduled for TODAY). She is doing okay to date; I am still in shock over the diagnosis. One minute questioning my actions, the next wondering if we got bad vaccinations or whether the tech actually vaccinated her properly to ...

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contextualize: a new exhibit

July 5 – July 31, 2006 in the center’s Hill Atrium. The exhibit is free and open to the public. The Georgia Center is located on the campus of UGA at 1197 S. Lumpkin Street in Athens. Robin’s work features rich, shimmering layered handmade paper, metallic flake, stucco, found objects, sand, oil stick and/or acrylic paint. Incorporating concepts of Celtic design in a modern sense, ...

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ok, this is kind of a cool experiment

I am not sure if this falls under sociology, social networking, anthropology, or what; but I thought this was kind of cool. From the comments: i got to your website from http://www.wefeelfine.org. i’m not trying to make you feel bad. If you check out wefeelfine, you’ll see that they scour the web looking for emotions and then display them back. Mumur (just a listing of ...

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niki de saint phalle

niki de phalle (sculpture) I am so excited. I am going to get to see the outside exhibit’s niki in the garden (links are at the bottom).I learned about niki de phalle because there was a fragrance inspired by her (I think probably from the 60s). Anyhow, I worked as a fragrance counter person in college (yeah, I know, you hate them) and one of ...

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on solitude

I admit it, I am a person of solitude, an alone person. I have been as long as I can remember. As a kid, I used to spend hours and hours either in my room or outside by myself (in spite of the fact I had a younger sister.) By Junior high, my mom had set mandatory family time at dinner. I need lots and ...

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