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Everybody Loves a Lover – OWLS

In Bed: The Kiss, 1892, by Henri Toulouse-Lautrec features two women caught up in passion.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m650qkt5iSQ If a painting doesn't get you warmed up for today's blog, maybe this? This is an OWLS post. What is OWLS? OWLS stands... Continue Reading →

Getting back up on the horse that threw you.

When I grew up,  we had a kind of adage that if one were to be bucked off a horse, one should get right back up on it again. It makes a bit of psychological sense. We have many bad... Continue Reading →

5 Lost Books that Could Have Changed The World — irevuo

Ever since we first invented the written language and decided to try and document our experiences and pass down knowledge, there has also been the risk of losing certain books. Paper does burn, which is a tragic statement given the... Continue Reading →

The world of Charlotte Brontë’s Shirley — Phil Ebersole’s Blog

I enjoyed reading Charlotte Brontë’s Shirley as part of a reading group hosted by my friend Linda White. Published in 1849, the novel is set in Yorkshire in 1811-1812 at the time rebellious factory workers were fighting the introduction of... Continue Reading →

Advice on Love

It is nonsense is that perfect love can happen for everyone. Some will find it, some won't. There just aren't that many loving and lovable people to go around. Now that marriage is a matter of choice and not survival... Continue Reading →

Adopto-Family

We had to drop my daughter off at Detroit Metro. I like Detroit Metro (DTW). It is easy getting in and out, being immediately off the freeway. There were no big crowds and it was modern, open and clean. In... Continue Reading →

Is Asuka Broken? She’ll never admit it.

Asuka Langley is the next bombshell to enter Shinji's life, both in the sense of being drop dead gorgeous and in the sense of having an explosive personality. We first meet her on an expedition with the Pacific Fleet. The... Continue Reading →

BioFamily Reunion

Back to Angola, Indiana... Daughter, wife and I flew from LAX to Chicago Midway and then took a rental car across to Angola where the family reunion was.  It took 3 hours to drive across to a motel I'd rented... Continue Reading →

Acting From A Place of Fear — Living on the Circumference – Finding the Center

I thought I would tell you a story about something that happened to me years ago. At the time, my father’s home was by the side of a river. One day, while I was visiting, I decided to take a... Continue Reading →

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