Daily Archives: March 13, 2012

World War One Photo: Mont St. Kemmel

In a shell hole… A brief respite;  return to mother earth.  Men that have seen too much bloodshed take a moment to shave.

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The Curious Combination of Beer and Mermaid

Her tale is a tragic one: attempting to be something she is not, and losing the man she loves.  In typical Disney fashion, her story is turned into a ‘happily ever after’ story. We know her as the “Little Mermaid,” … Continue reading

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Fashioned to adorn flawless skin. Tucked into a corner of my gran’s jewelry box. Oh, if objects could speak, or ghosts return. The secrets that are held in these dainty  porcelain flowers might be known: a gift of love or … Continue reading

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Originally posted on theravenousepicurean:
Grape: Blend Region: California Date Bottled: 2010 Price Range: $15-20   The bold black and red label of Apothic, a Californian red wine blend of Syrah, Zinfandel and Merlot is in accordance with its rich purple contents. …

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Candy Floss and Other Pleaseures…

Some people might remember the famous song, “Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis,” sung by the famous Judy Garland.   She recorded the song in 1944, but it was actually used at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair. While this song … Continue reading

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