Matilda Jane

22 Feb 19
THE LEE'S NEST

Who knew buying kids clothes would be so hard?

21 Feb 19
allofmywonder

Every single one on this list is highly recommended!! 😀 I’ll obviously keep this list running ~~ FAV FICTIONAL NOVELS: Arundhati Roy – The God of Small Things Khaled Hosseini – The Kite Runner // A Thousand Splendid Suns // And the Mountains Echoed Patrick Ness –  A Monster Calls // The Crane Wife Erin […]

21 Feb 19
Lou Mycroft - writing, thinking, culture changing

   Presentation to the ACDEVEG Conference, Melbourne, December 2018 Thank you for inviting me here today and making me so welcome. Since I’ve been in Melbourne, I’m learning from you that our experiences in what I’ll call the Further Education – or FE – sector in the UK, specifically England, have a lot in common […]

21 Feb 19
Palmetto Past

I. Franklin Richardson was born (date unknown). Julia W. Lowrimore was born on February 26, 1844. She died on February 24, 1914 at the age of 69. She was buried in Old Neck Cemetery. Franklin Richardson and Julia W. Lowrimore had the following children: A. Charlotte Ellen Richardson was born on July 12, 1865 in […]

20 Feb 19
Archy news nety

(MILLBURN, NJ) – Paper Mill Playhouse presents the premiere of the East Coast of Benny & Joon with book by Kirsten Guenther, music by Nolan Gasser, text by Mindi Dickstein, based on the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film written by Barry Berman and Leslie McNeil. Benny & Joon runs from April 4 to May 5, 2019. Based on […]

20 Feb 19
Coffee and Cocktails at the Casa

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Happy hump day, people!  How is it almost the end of February?  January seemed 3 months long and now February seems like it is only taking 2 weeks!   How has your week been so far?  Mine has been good, but I’m fighting a little cold.   Let’s go back to last Tuesday […]

19 Feb 19
♚ transforming the tribe ♛

“Anyone can get dressed up and glamorous, but it is how people dress in their days off that are the most intriguing.” —Alexander Wang What a fun and nerve-wracking time I had at my very first vendor event! Tara and I set up at the Kingwood Town Center event last Saturday and I had the […]

19 Feb 19
Coffee and Cocktails at the Casa

Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Are you ready to pack away the winter clothing?  Or, do you leave all seasons out all year?  I feel like the weather is all over the place and we really could do that these days!  I don’t deal well with visual clutter.  I like to have a smallish wardrobe to […]

17 Feb 19
"Heirs-at-Law: The Lost Legacy of Wesley Fry"

While Philip loved all his children, Emeline was his favorite. Shy and reserved, Emeline possessed a sharp wit and maturity beyond her years. By 1846 every county in North Carolina had at least one public primary school, in accordance with the “Common School Act” passed by the State legislature in 1839.  Because Philip and Matilda […]

18 Feb 19
Page Turners

We all love a good bit of nostalgia, reminiscing on the memories that bring us joy each time we think of them; our first dance, our first kiss, our first live concert. But what about the first lines of a book? Some books you know are going to be amazing right from the moment you read those opening […]

17 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Tara Fitzgerald was born in Sussex, England. Her mother, Sarah Fitzgerald, is Irish, and her father, Michael Callaby, was Italian. Shortly after her birth, her family moved to Freeport, in the Bahamas where her grandfather, David Fitzgerald, was a well-established lawyer. Her sister, Arabella Fitzgerald, was born there, but the family returned to … Born: […]

16 Feb 19
Growing with the Griffins

Yes, Valentines Day is not only the day of love, but it’s also my wedding anniversary. Because it falls during the busiest time of basketball season, I seldom see my husband on our anniversary…or any day close to it! So instead I spend my Valentine’s Day with my smallest Valentines! My Hurricane just happens to […]

16 Feb 19
Letters & Diary Entries From the 1860s through the 1890s

Mar 1 – Chored round. No do much work some where. Mar 2 – Cleaned out Barn. Spected load straw, he no cum. Charley went over to burg. Jim let me have twelve shillings.[40] Mar 3 – Some thunder and Lightning, snows like fun. Harry Streator Brot load straw. I went down to Streators in […]

15 Feb 19
Isabella Romance Novels

When today’s parents pore over the baby-naming books and websites, odds are they’re getting more of their inspiration from their great-grandparents than from popular TV shows, locations, or plant life. Old-fashioned baby names are still all the…

15 Feb 19
Slane Archaeological and Historical Society

By Nicholas Wall  A – B – C – D – F – G – H – J – K – L – M – N – O – P – Q – R – S – T – V – W Allen – In memory of Brian Allen Mullagha died 25 March 1917 His wife Mary died 25th March 1938. Their daughter Katie died 5 Dec. 1955. Their grandaughter Mary Allen died 13 April 1941 aged 1 year.Carmel died 30 August 1942 aged 13 Months. Allen – Erected by Patrick Allen in memory of […]