The Good Old Days?

Originally posted on Stuff my dog taught me:
Ah… the glorious days of my youth.  How much better things were back in the good old days, when children knew their manners, schools taught math the right way, and you could eat a peanut butter sandwich in public without a swarm of helicopter parents swooping down…

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So You Just Got Your First Camera

Originally posted on petersouthlandphotography:
Since I’m just starting this blog I’m going to make the assumption that you also just got your camera, so today I’m going to cover some tips and tricks for setting up and using your camera that I’ve noticed new photographers tend to overlook. Focusing the Viewfinder One of the first…

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I Hate You

Originally posted on Uniquely Koka:
I recently stumbled upon 4 Times and Counting‘s post Am I Doing Breast Cancer Right? I admire her willingness to come right out for the world to read. I was grateful that someone was willing to offer that that cancer isn’t “the best thing that’s ever happened to us.” Cancer…

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Connect

We connect on so many different levels, a look, a word, a touch. It is our humanity we lose when there is no connection. The ultimate connection we make is to our Soul Mate. This is my Daughter’s wedding; a couple so young and sweet, it was a romantic and perfect day, they only had…

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How to eat local during the zombie apocalypse

Originally posted on Grist:
Admit it: You’ve been watching too many horror movies this week — which means you’ve probably also been planning your survival strategy for the inevitable zombie apocalypse. Familiar questions include: ‘Hit the gun shop with all the other trigger-happy humans, or hunker down through the initial bloodbath to clean up on…

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