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One of the best realizations anyone can realize is recognizing holidays for a time to take in all the values that matter, and have the time to do so without rush. As I listened to podcasts all month related to … Continue reading
Imagine Longwood Gardens , 1,100 acres, and visiting a garden that seems to to triple that, but is only 130 acres, This will give you an idea of the overwhelming immensity and beauty that is the Huntington. Stepping off the … Continue reading
Original sodafountain beverages, crabcakes, Scrapple fries, nostalgic, traditional farming tools, historical artifacts from the past, peach ice cream, why, we must be in Delaware! You would be 100% percent correct, sitting at the crossroad of Rural America and individuals from … Continue reading
On the way to the initial start of the Humanities Conference, this instantly caught my eye on some of the side streets of Los Angeles- and a street loaded with art, creativity, and adventure. I love the idea also, that … Continue reading
Sounds…unusual right? I wondered what most students felt entering a situation where they know, a heavy load of information was coming their way, and how they prepared for this? Sleep, rest, increased activity, dread? I, for one was a little … Continue reading
Quietly coming into the Lewes Historical Society’s main room where author James Kirchick was just starting to answer questions on his book, Secret City, The History of GAY Washington, the conversation and information that was bouncing around the room was … Continue reading
Allowing yourself time to let thoughts, experiences, frustrations, and more simply rise to the top of your mind, but actually having someone to share those frustrations with on a deeper level – there are no words. Today was our first … Continue reading
With the past blog post highlighting how the World On the Move exhibit would have an amazing home here in Delaware, at the ALA Conference there were attendees who shared their similar events of displays that reached out and connected … Continue reading
Okay so I know. It is 12:58 and your’re going to say it. I never sleep. Hear me out. I do, sometimes. But as of late, it is important, despite the layer upon layer of backlogged posts, topics to talk … Continue reading