The Cabazon Dinosaurs And Young Earth...

19th Feb, 2014

Remember how I said, like, just last week that even though I wasn’t a religious person, I could easily get behind the beliefs of those who are religious? Let’s keep…

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Rocky Steps, The Philadelphia Museum of...

3rd Dec, 2013

If you happen to have the chance to visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art (which is wonderful), here is a bit of advice: run up the steps to the museum.…

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The Rodin Museum, Philadelphia

26th Nov, 2013

– If there was anything I could tell my younger self (besides to maybe consider getting an MRI on your head sometime before the age of 30), it would be…

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The Mutter Museum, Philadelphia

13th Nov, 2013

– I have a persistent and haunting memory from my childhood. I must have been 8 or 9 years old, and I was at the county fair in Florida. County…

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Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia

21st Oct, 2013

I’m starting to realize I visit a lot of old prisons. Well, maybe not a lot, but certainly more than the average person. Enough to where I can roam around…

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The Louvre Museum, Paris (Like...

21st Aug, 2013

It’s Wednesday, and I find that I’m still recovering from a weekend full of Bacchanalia spent up in Canada. There was so much … excess. I made so many bad…

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The Unobvious Beauty of The Musée...

23rd Jul, 2013

My husband sees beauty where others do not, and for that, I’m grateful. – When something is aesthetically pleasing but too obvious, too easily attained, he tends to ignore it.…

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Le Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris,...

11th Jul, 2013

– There is no photography allowed inside the upper galleries of le musée de l’Orangerie.

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The Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown,...

24th Jun, 2013

– I can hear them. Their shrieks and cries reverberate against the stone walls. They are far enough away that their wails are less ear piercing than normal – I…

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