Monthly Archives: January 2018

Coins Left at a Departed Soldier’s Grave

Mementos have been found  for the dead  left by the living since the  earliest graves were discovered.  From the simplest graves of the masses  to the  those for kings, items are left for use in the afterlife such a pottery, … Continue reading

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Atonement, a Film Review

This green dress image is memorable. . . the color, the style, the elegance.. . . the passion. I discovered this British period  film based on Ian Mc Ewan’s book of  a wealthy British family set at their  countryside estate … Continue reading

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Will Indian Immigration to the United States Increase?

Indian Immigrants in the United States AUGUST 31, 201 SPOTLIGHT By Jie Zong and Jeanne Batalova A college student applies henna, the Indian tradition of painting elaborate designs on the skin. (Photo: University of Illinois Springfield) Immigrants from India first … Continue reading

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri A Film Review

Originally posted on TalesAlongTheWay:
ThrThree Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri after only a few minutes becomes  a story of real  people living their  anger, pain, loss, illness, and even dark  humor  before our eyes.    In fact, the audience shares in their…

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Seasonal Greetings from Cambridge American Cemetery

This is the lovely Christmas spray created by the designers at the Manor Florist in Cambridge, UK to celebrate my brother. Mos of the brave heroes buried in Cambridge have little  or no  family who remember them personally. I am … Continue reading

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