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Another mess to get yelled at for creating but a damn tasty obe.

Another mess to get yelled at for creating but a damn tasty obe.

1 month ago
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16 quarts and 6 more pints of salsa. I’m thinking that’s the end of salsa making this year.

16 quarts and 6 more pints of salsa. I’m thinking that’s the end of salsa making this year.

1 month ago
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Beats working on rental property!

Beats working on rental property!

4 months ago
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No longer a Parisian getaway (actually sad to see the pink Paris scape go away)!

No longer a Parisian getaway (actually sad to see the pink Paris scape go away)!

1 year ago
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Reclaiming Thinking for Our Practice « Co-Creating Solutions: A Blog by CTL

See on Scoop.it - Integration of Technology into Instruction

Guest blogger, Marjorie Larner, is the author of, Pathways (Heinemann, (2004) and Tools for Leaders (Scholastic, 2007). Marjorie is a friend and colleague of Catherine Rubin and both of these books have been invaluable in Catherine’s coaching work.


See on ctlonline.org
2 years ago
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Researchers Create Fabric That Converts Body Heat Into Electricity [VIDEO]

Researchers Create Fabric That Converts Body Heat Into Electricity [VIDEO]
[brightcove video=”1469466178001” /] We’ve all heard of solar power and wind power, but researchers at Wake Forest are developing another alternative form of power: thermoelectrics. They’ve created a fabric — comprised of tiny carbon nanotubes — that can convert body heat into an electric ch…

2 years ago
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Two churches located across the street from each other. At least the Catholics have a sense of humor. lol

…Do the Presbyterians think Rocks are animals?

ALL ROCKS GO TO HEAVEN

CONVERTING TO CATHOLICISM DOES NOT MAGICALLY GRANT YOUR DOG A SOUL.

 WOW. EPIC CATHOLIC WIN.

I LOVE THIS.

(Source: XO, via tithenai)

2 years ago
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Need more burners than I have.

Need more burners than I have.

1 month ago
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From the Pacific Northwest.

From the Pacific Northwest.

3 months ago
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Job half done.

Job half done.

1 year ago
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The Man at work.  (at O’Daniel HQ)

The Man at work. (at O’Daniel HQ)

1 year ago
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Reclaiming Thinking for Our Practice « Co-Creating Solutions: A Blog by CTL

See on Scoop.it - Integration of Technology into Instruction

Guest blogger, Marjorie Larner, is the author of, Pathways (Heinemann, (2004) and Tools for Leaders (Scholastic, 2007). Marjorie is a friend and colleague of Catherine Rubin and both of these books have been invaluable in Catherine’s coaching work.


See on ctlonline.org
2 years ago
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Cool furniture that uses space really well.

2 years ago
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