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A Moment in Time in Italy

I took this photo few weeks ago in Rome. I think it’s the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, but I’m not sure. What I’m shocked at is this—look how big the church is! Look how little the people are! I … Continue reading

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“It Is Enough to Enter” by Todd Boss

Blogger’s Note:  I borrowed this poem from the poetry book “Pitch” by Todd Boss, copyright 2012 by Todd Boss, published by W.W. Norton & Company. It Is Enough to Enter the templar halls of museums, for example, or the chambers of churches, … Continue reading

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The Dome at St. Peter’s Basilica

I didn’t take the greatest picture of it, but damn it, it’s my picture of it, so here it is: I can’t help it . . . here also is a gorgeous painting by Giovanni Paoli Panini (or Pannini) of the basilica … Continue reading

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A Carnegie Library in Two Harbors, MN

A couple of weekends ago, Hubby, Parents, & I ended up in two Harbors, MN for a couple of hours. After looking at Lake Superior and having a quick sandwich, we decided lunch would best be supplemented not with more sightseeing, … Continue reading

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