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December 15th, 2017

I loved my old Admiral Dryer.  There was nothing not to love about it. Eleven years we've had a relationship.  I expect to work and it has.  Mostly. But then it didn't.  I bought parts online and replaced bad parts but it still scraped away when the drum turned.  Then the dilemma.  Do I buy more parts, when one brac

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December 14th, 2017

Week 49 in my #housewife #bulletjournal. "God has not called me to be successful. He has called me to be faithful." Well, that's officially my excuse for not being more productive from now on! Holiday craziness has set in, and I am crafted, shopped, and celebrated out already. How can a holiday that celebrates som

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December 13th, 2017

[An examination of General Chemistry, published by Linus Pauling seventy years ago. This is part 6 of 7.] By the time that Linus Pauling was preparing to revise and publish a third edition of General Chemistry, the cast with which he had been working since the 1940s had shifted considerably. For one, publisher William H. F

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December 12th, 2017

The things I get caught up doing. Last weekend, I ended up in a rural location, with temperatures in the 20's, trying to catch cats at a house that had been sold, the sale closing this week.  Someone in Corvallis who occasionally traps cats had been contacted about the situation, did not want to do it, and told the realto

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December 11th, 2017

Week 48 in my 2017 #housewife #bulletjournal. "Necessity is the mother of invention." Must be December because I am feeling pulled in every direction now. I have been working hard on Christmas crafts, and we went to our first holiday party of the year (four more to go!). Images from #freepik. #bujo #bujojunkies #b

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Two new publications from Oregon Sea Grant examine several facets of Oregon coast outfitters and tour guides, including their services, pricing, and online marketing effectiveness. The post

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December 9th, 2017

I never bothered with an alarm with Miss Daisy alive.  She was my alarm.  She wanted me up, and made sure it happened, so she could get her morning cat treats. Now that she's gone, I must rely on conventional waker uppers, like my battery powered alarm.  I set it for 5:30 a.m., as there is trapping to be done this morni

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December 7th, 2017

Yesterday morning early I drove to Portland. With cats, of course. I took along Twilight and Pisces, the Harvest Drive girls.  The other 11 I took all were KATA kittens, who needed fixed before they could be adopted out.  We have a slight shortage of affordable spay neuter availability in the area where I live.  To put

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December 6th, 2017

[An examination of General Chemistry, published by Linus Pauling seventy years ago. This is part 5 of 7.] General Chemistry has been translated into twelve languages, and most of the foreign editions of the text were published in the interim between the release of the U.S. second and third editions, 1953-1970. As Linus P

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December 4th, 2017

I caught the black tux last night, the one I'd been after, whose feeders moved. I didn't trap all day like I had been, but left it til evening, after driving up to Sweet Home to pick up four trailer park cats.  The trailer park is a far cry as far as cat population, from what it used to be.  I don't know exactly how ma

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The following is an excerpt from Chris Douce’s review of my keynote “How digital engagement enhances the student experience” presented at the Higher Education Academy’s HEA 2017 Annual... .

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December 3rd, 2017

I'm taking a break from link-sharing for a while for my own mental health. However, there are a few articles that I've been thinking about that I want to throw into the void for your consideration: Slate: R

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December 2nd, 2017

Winnie is at Heartland Humane now where she will be put up for adoption.  It was hard for me to take her over there, now separated from her sisters and best friends, the Harvest Drive girls Twilight and Pisces.  Makes me want to cry tonight.  Winnie is one of the four McLagan Road kittens. She needs to move on, however,

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November 30th, 2017

I took two cats to the coast clinic yesterday. I went to bed early enough, but woke up too early, after nightmares.  Been worried about placing the kittens in the bathroom.  No group will take them this time and I've only tamed two sufficiently for adoption but now nobody will adopt them.  I have no venue, unfortunate

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