The Girlhood Home Companion

…I’ll try my best to plan. I’m a stickler for ideals, but I know that I can only accomplish so much at a given time.  A few months ago I mentioned studying for CLEP tests.  I never ended up taking any CLEP tests and it

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On September 12th we conducted a photoshoot of all us Read girls for The Girlhood Home Companion.  Here are some funny outtakes: Now for some nice ones… Yesterday I finally got started on my portrait of Beth and Jenny.  I’m enjoying using my new brushes and

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First of all, let me apologize for some link errors – first I misspelled “hear” (though “here ye” may very well make sense in some context). Secondly, I noticed that I messed up one of the links on my About page. The correct link is

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Yesterday we had a photo shoot for The Girlhood Home Companion article on soap making.  We began making another batch of soap in the morning, and Mom got behind the camera and tripod to photograph Abigail and me performing the melting step.  During one of

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  I didn’t get to make a post on the first day of March, so I will begin this post with what occurred then.  Our friends the Williams kindly invited Rachel, Joseph and me to accompany them to a splendid performance of Fiddler On The

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I don’t mean to be shallow, but I have decided to make a post on February 29, 2008 simply because I will not be able to post on this day for another four years. Besides that, the weather has been alternating between freezing and balmy

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Days are longer, and the weather is cooling and warming by turns.  Thus, I cannot rely on the weather.  The latest technological desktop computer in our household gave out under the affliction of 1,400 viruses.  Thus, I cannot rely on the latest technological desktop computer. 

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Progress has three phases with me right now. Progress that has been made, progress that is being made and progress that must be made. The hens are laying again (we had eggs for breakfast this morning!), our 19 chicks are thriving (7 others died suddenly

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