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Archive for April, 2012

This Moment–4.27.2012

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{this moment} – A Friday ritual. A single photo(s) – no words – capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. Inspired by SouleMama.

If you have a ‘moment’ to share, leave a link to your post in the comments for all to find and see.

PotD–4.26.2012

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4.22.2012

I’m rather sure this is the first really good picture I’ve ever taken.  It was taken in 1991 with a Kodak 35mm camera that I bought with money I made cleaning my Grandmother’s house on Saturday mornings.  To put things into perspective she paid me 10 bucks to do the whole house, it took me a while to get enough money to pay for that camera!

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Kids Being Kids–4.21.2021

I’ve said it before and I’m going to say it again – we are fortunate to have some GREAT kids in our lives!  Ryan, Rhys, Tyler, Adam, Zoe, Silas, Emerson – they are all great kids in their own way and sometimes – well, they are kids.

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Northern Maine Creative Writing Series–Part 2

How do you top a stellar reader from the previous week? Invite sassy and quirky Melissa Crowe to spice up a poetry reading. The second reading of the series kicked off with five students reading their work, varying between fiction, non-fiction and poetry. After a brief introduction by instructor Jan Grieco, who had never met Crowe before the reading, Melissa enthusiastically engaged the crowd with humor, wit and tales of weird Uncles.

 

Crowe and the students then retired to Grieco’s classroom while to discuss the craft of writing. Melissa went through the steps in getting a poem published and engaged the students in conversation.

Next week Jen Blood will be making her first appearance at NMCC reading from her current hit novel All the Blue-Eyed Angels.

PotD–4.15.2012

This little guy was posted right outside of the Northern Maine Community College entrance last fall.  Yes, that’s a bat in broad daylight.  He was small (note the size of the brick). 

 

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PotD–4.14.2012

 

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