My friend awoke in the wee hours of the morning to a strange, unearthly sound. The Bose Radio/CD player on the night stand near the bed was making this peculiarly eerie noise. It would not stop. It would not turn off and had to be unplugged. A large puddle of water was pooled under the player.
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The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology has a really nice web site featuring Africa, Buddism, Canaan, China, Egypt, Etrucsan, Greece, Mesoamerica, The Near East, North America, Polonesia, Rome, and the Southwest.
This is my name in hieroglyphs:
Would you like to have your name in hieroglyphics?
You must seek the Scribe.… Continue reading
I have wanted to add polls to my blog to gather information from readers, not that I have millions of them–yet! But I didn’t want to have to go to the trouble of writing the perl cgi scripts to do it. I’m lazy and not very good at programming; so, it would just take too much time.
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Tomorrow I will be heading to Pensacola, Florida, for vacation.
I look forward to spending some time with mom, working on the genealogy project, resting and relaxing at the beach, eating good seafood, and enjoying my favorite breakfast spot–The Coffee Cup, on Cervantes Street near downtown. I would give you the url, but this is an old family business that’s… Continue reading