Monthly Archives: February 2012

Game Pouch

The problem with some games are the ginormous boxes they come in, especially when you live in an old house with minimal closet space. I decided that since this particular game had no board, why not sew a pouch to … Continue reading

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Green’s Hotel – 8th and Chestnut

Here’s an advertisement for Green’s Hotel from the program/souvenir booklet for the play L’Aiglon starring Maude Adams which played in Philadelphia at The Broad Street Theater back in 1901. Electric lights and modern conveniences! Tom Green created quite a stir … Continue reading

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The Scourge of Weekend Warriors

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Birthday Crown No.12

 

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Happy Birthday Lloyd!

Twelve years ago, Lloyd came upon the scene – where does the time go? He was a sweet baby, and is growing into a kind and charming young man. This is actually a cake. Buried beneath the M&Ms and Kit … Continue reading

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Friday Five – Number Eight

The eighth in a series – creating a collage using five elements.  

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Dad, Mom and The Capewell Kids

Thanks to James Bessing, Sr. and his research into census records, I have added another piece to the puzzle of who may be who in these glass negatives.

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A Jog Down Memory Lane

I’ve raided the old portfolio for today’s post.

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How To Sew An iPod Case

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When The Comic Was Better Than The Movie

I was leafing through some old comics looking for something that would fit this category when I came across this ad: Gene Colan’s recent death had brought about a number of articles and posts in appreciation of the great one’s … Continue reading

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