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Jul

Cheap Nerd’s Guide to Comic-Con 2014

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Comic-Con is a rare time of year for those of us who live here in San Diego.  What started as a simple gathering for artists and comic book connoisseurs has steadily transformed over the last 44 years into a monolith for nearly every niche in the entertainment industry: pop culture, Marvel madness, fantastical heroes and heroines, strange costumes, over charged Continue Reading ...
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Jul

Wyeth’s Windows

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I am taking a journey today to the view, looking in and out of windows, through the eyes of Andrew Wyeth, a singular water colorist and master egg tempera painter (actually adding egg yolk to tempera paint). Andrew Wyeth was a regional and rural artist with a superb technical eye to detail whose draftsmanship was praised, but in his later Continue Reading ...
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Jul

Red, White And Blue, What Color Are You?

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Color is a personal choice that enlivens our lives as we are attracted to different colors that resonate deep feelings. Our color moods are displayed in our homes, in our fashions, in our gardens, in just about every facet of our life. Color determines what we buy, how we look, how we decorate, what we choose to eat- yes, how Continue Reading ...
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May

The Easiest Thing You’ll Do Today!

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Need to replace your broken blinds? Just log on to Blindsgalore. We’ll help you with everything you need. Simply make your selection, Carefully take your measurements, And place your order. If you have questions, just call us up. Now, you just have to wait for delivery. When your blinds arrive, read the instructions carefully. Then, grab your tools and get Continue Reading ...
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Apr

44 Earth Shattering Facts About Our Planet Earth

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Earth is the only known planet in our solar system that can support human, plant, and animal life. Our world maintains the perfect distance from the sun, allowing us to flourish and thrive as we live out the day-to-day. It’s easy to take for granted; there’s no daily reminder pushing us to thank our planet for spinning so perfectly. Many Continue Reading ...
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Mar

Spring Breezes Through Our Windows

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As the March winds blow away and bring the promise of April showers and May flowers, I have been musing about the charm and poetry of the names of winds and their import. Of the few that I know: “Mistral,” a stormy, cold wind that blows through Provence in Southern France; “Sirocco,” a fierce wind that whips dust and sand Continue Reading ...
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Mar

Oh, wind-oh!

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March is here and whether March roars in like a lion or creeps in like a lamb, I always think of Dr. Seuss in March as Dr. Seuss celebrates a birthday on March 2nd. To honor his way with words, here is my “Seussish ode” to windows.     Oh, wind-oh!     Wind-OW,     up down     Continue Reading ...
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Feb

Love In Bloom, A Heart Unbroken

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Love, flowers and poems are everywhere as Valentine’s Day is a celebration of hearts and at Blindsgalore we have a tradition to highlight a famous love poem. This February, Emily Dickinson, is on my mind, not only as a famous reclusive poet but a love amiss poet. I am thinking about her writing poetry on scraps of paper, closeted in Continue Reading ...