Category Archives: memory keeping
Here is part 2 of my Library Inspired genealogy project on the KRL blog. I keep finding new information to fill in the gaps, but each new detail begs new questions. I can see why people get hooked by this … Continue reading
I never got caught up in that “Velveteen Rabbit” trap of seeing my soft toys as real creatures, perhaps because I have never actually read that book. I don’t name my appliances, except my Kindle (Bibliomatic). But I do, sometimes, … Continue reading
I wrote a guest post for Kitsap Regional Library’s blog about what I’m doing for Summer Learning this year.
Happy World Scrapbooking Day! (and World Naked Gardening Day, if you’re that way inclined). It is May Day weekend, the sun is shining and flowers are blooming, “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a daughter” … Continue reading
A long time ago my boyfriend (at the time, who we will call Mr.A). found himself in a Master’s level English class with his favorite author, Hugh Cook. A few months ago I happened to look Cook up on Wikipedia after … Continue reading
There was a another thread to the discussion about memory loss and memory keeping that I was talking about last time – a reference to a blogger, Danielle LaPorte, who burned 20 years of journals. All of the participants were horrified. … Continue reading