From a photograph by Solomon D. Butcher of four daughters of rancher Joseph M. Chrisman, at their sod house in Custer County, Nebraska. From left to right, Harriet, Elizabeth, Lucie, and Ruth. Photographed in 1886.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

An Alphabet of Bookmarks


Not Easily Classified...



Do you bookmark lots of pages? I do! I've been cleaning them out during the last few days, because the file was getting much too big! Here's an alphabet of a few links I rediscovered. Maybe there's something here you'll enjoy.

A - ARS Image Gallery
B - Black Elk Speaks
C - Color Palette Generator
D - Dave Barry's Blog
E - Educator's Reference Desk, Topics A-Z
F - First Ladies Gallery
G - Glacier National Park webcams
H - Hay In Art
I - It'll Never Work
J - Jeanne's Free Music Downloads & Freeware Page
K - Kerouak on Technique
L - LP to MP3
M - Medieval Clothing Pages: Articles by Cynthia Virtue
N - Nebraska State Historical Society
O - Our Vegetable Travelers
P - Plucked Psaltery 22 Strings
Q - Quick Quilts
R - Research - American West Photographs
S - Suggestions for Your Cemetery Restoration and Stone Repair Toolkit
T - Tools for Basic Home Repair
U - University of Nebraska Press
V - Victory Garden poster
W - Wikipedia Public Domain Image Resources
X - CSS eXamples
Y - Yellow Book
Z - Jim Loy's PuZZle page



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A year ago yesterday, I wrote about Grandma's basement apartment of the late 1950's or early 1960's.

A year ago today, I mused about grocery-store music and posted an old photo of my husband's family.

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CONTENTMENT: Keep your heart free from hate, your mind from worry, live simply, expect little, give much, sing often, pray always, forget self, think of others and their feelings, fill your heart with love, scatter sunshine. These are the tried links in the golden chain of contentment.
(Author unknown)

IT IS STILL BEST to be honest and truthful; to make the most of what we have; to be happy with simple pleasure; and to be cheerful and have courage when things go wrong.
(Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1867-1957)

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