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the satisfaction of mending

the satisfaction of mending glorious hilma discovered: manner market quoting I feel rather smug really, what’s it called, “virtue signaling?” “Why yes of course I mend my clothes.” I’ve always enjoyed the satisfaction of mending, but now, I’ve taken it to a new level. I don’t care who I’m satisfying, my “inner peasant,” who takes […]

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bees gotta make honey

bees gotta make honey good things quoting bees   Unless you’ve been living in a bag, you know that bees are endangered and that’s bad news for us humans. Who doesn’t love bees? Everyone except those who have recently been bitten by a bee, I suppose. In any case, bees gotta make honey, and we […]

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perfectly white

perfectly white alabama chanin inbox quoting perfectly white I admit to loving those perfectly white, really rather cold, Greek sculptures of gods, goddesses, and regular people who just hung out at the Forum. So wasn’t I surprised to learn that those sculptures were not always that “pure white.”

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stunning mary keitany

stunning mary keitany goddesses more mending quoting mary keitany Karsten Moran for The New York Times Last year, after Sharlane Flanagan won the New York City Marathon, I coined the term, “to Flanagan,” and although it didn’t really take off, I still like it. This year that small, powerhouse of a woman, Mary Keitany, won […]

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