Daily Archives: December 1, 2017

From the Editor

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December 1, 2017

Follow “Embarrassed and Ashamed”   ~ Elizabeth Cady Stanton ~ “Embarrassed and ashamed” apparently, the new catch phrase for public figures and perhaps a few private ones as well. Is anyone else wondering why none of these men were not embarrassed and ashamed when they were busy behaving so appallingly? I have been thinking...
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Connected

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December 1, 2017

Follow Writing Women in to History     I remember my 10th grade history teacher saying to all of us, go make herstory.  I have often thought about this comment throughout my life. I went to an all-girl, Catholic high school.  I think some people, in today’s politically charged environment, would think of herstory as a liberal...
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Food

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December 1, 2017

Follow Kate’s Pizzelles   Kate makes pizzelles every year, at Christmas, and they are always a hit. They are a very thin and almost understated cookie; I assure you they are highly addictive! Our first Christmas in Maine, after everyone had moved out, from California, Kate spent the 24th making dozens...
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Words Worth Thinking About

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December 1, 2017

Follow “The essay differs from the article in at least one important point: it is the work of an individual, a man, a person, while the article may be the product of any man, or combination of men, or even a whole editorial staff. The author of an essay is significant in his own...
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