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Since I was 14 years old, I had long hair, often nearly to my waist. I loved it. I was vain about it. It was lush and wavy and deep chestnut brown. I thought it was my best feature. In … Continue reading
“One of the great joys of being a librarian is that it is one of the last refuges of the renaissance person…” #NLW17 @GirasoleAzzurra pic.twitter.com/fVZ0kaOc6V — ProQuest (@ProQuest) April 14, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
07 September 2013 @ 10:42 am Georgia O’Keeffe We took two days to go upstate, to see a collection of 32 paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe in a small museum in Glens Falls, NY. The family of Alfred Steiglitz, whom O’Keeffe … Continue reading
I will be moving much of the commentary and musings I wrote in Live Journal to this site. Thank you for following along.
GraceAnne Andreassi DeCandido GraceAnne A. DeCandido is a writer, reviewer, and editor, now mostly retired. She taught children’s and young adult literature classes for Rutgers SC&I online for over a decade, as well as two specialized classes Female Voices in … Continue reading
I have brought together speeches and essays and musings, to this place on the web, so I could keep it together, and so it is. Personal stuff is mostly on Facebook, and on LiveJournal, where I write as Girasole. Blessings … Continue reading