Monthly Archives: March 2014

  1. Epstein, Joseph. GOSSIP

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    March 27, 2014 by ethelfritha

    I’m not sure what section of the Dewey I’m into now. Social commentary, maybe? Whatever it is, it covers a …
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  2. Rolleston, T.W. CELTIC MYTHS AND LEGENDS

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    March 9, 2014 by ethelfritha

    It’s interesting to read a history book published a hundred years ago. Things were much more certain then, it seems. …
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  3. Crossley-Holland, Kevin. THE NORSE MYTHS

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    March 4, 2014 by ethelfritha

      Norse myths are interesting because our sources for them, unlike Greco-Roman or Egyptian myths, are relatively recent. Crossley-Holland’s research …
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Fringe Association

Knitting ideas, inspiration and free patterns, plus crochet, weaving, and more

Little Bits of History

On This Day in History

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The Catholic Table

Prayer. Food. Conversation. And Wine. Lots of Wine

Sancta Nomina

Thoughts on Catholic baby naming

Life, Liberty and Absolute Crap

I went to one of America's finest liberal arts colleges and all I got was this brain

Sia Eliza

pottery | watercolor | writing

Íslenzka.net

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TLC

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Bite Size Canada

Canadian trivia and history in bite size chunks!

The Ugly Volvo

Attempts at Adulthood

Intellectual Infatuation

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Everyday Grace

Finding God in Daily Life

Red Rock Lullaby

Musings of a Future Adoptive Mother

West Coast Knitter

Adventures in Knitting and Lifestyle Design for a Humane and Meaningful Life

Book Snob

FOR DISCERNING READERS

Lily Oak Books

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The Folk & Rock Musical Box

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Moments in Mediocre Motherhood

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