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“Things that I thought were unacceptable a few years ago are now commonplace in my house,” she said, “like all four of us starting the day on four computers in four separate rooms.”

Breakfast Can Wait. The Day’s First Stop Is Online.
By Brad Stone, NY Times

via South Willard


Woodworking Projects for the Home
A Popular Science Book, 1973.


Jasmina Llobet & Luis Fernández Pons
Tamboret, 2007
Foot stool, plastic eyes
22.5x34x19.5 cm

The Folk Queen

She was spotted in Brimfield, Mass.

All in the Family

And one day, there he was, home from work early, mowing the lawn. A man doesn’t mow his lawn if he’s going to leave it. Not this man. Then he fixed a door that had been broken for eight years. He made a comment about our front porch needing paint. Our front porch. He mentioned needing wood for next winter. The future. Little by little, he started talking about the future.

It was Thanksgiving dinner that sealed it. My husband bowed his head humbly and said, “I’m thankful for my family.”

He was back.


Those Aren't Fighting Words, Dear
By Laura A. Munson

NY Times via South Willard


Oregon County Fair photos by Nick DeMarco

It's a Small World Nursery

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