Monthly Archives: February 2014

Philadelphia ~ This Day In History

  On this day in Philly history in 1688, the first public protest opposing slavery in the New World was drafted in Thones Kunders’ home on Germantown Avenue. The formal statement against slavery came out of a tiny Friends Meeting

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KITCHEN TABLE

Times gone by Of yesteryear The family tied Made all so clear Kitchen table All surround Mother cooks Clanging sounds Pull out the table Bring in a chair Hurry up Your Father’s here Butter, bread Milk, plates Fill the glasses

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THE YEAR OF THE HORSE

Did you know tomorrow starts the year of the horse? Preferably a white one. I heard a woman in 10,000 Villages talking about it. She was looking for a horse. I shouted out unicorn. She said WHITE horses were good

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