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Author Archives: repletewithclass
This one is courtesy of a mad libs that a class of 3rd graders helped fill in. “I promise, cross my eyeball and hope to destroy.” – classic! Advertisements
So I just realized that I’ve amassed a wealth of crazy things my kids have said. I’m gonna let them roll out one at a time every now and again, hopefully giving you a nice belly laugh! “ooh, yeah….ladieesss.” – … Continue reading
Recently an exhibit opened at the National Gallery in Washington DC to little, make that no, fanfare (according to this the Daily Beast/Newsweek article). A contemporary of Vermeer, Metsu still seems to be largely ignored by modern art goers which is … Continue reading
A few years ago when the hubs still worked at Market Street Books I had the divine privilege of enjoying the world of ARC’s or advanced reader copies. One of the more delightful books I read was the story about … Continue reading
All of us believe that we have the best mother in the world. I would never argue with your reasons but I wanted to tell you a little bit about my mother (who may or may not be the number … Continue reading
I like things that sparkle and shine. Magnets are no exception. This is something I’ve been creating lately- magnets using recycled magazine pictures. What do you think?