Is A Holiday All About Bacon Too Good To Be True?

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Wondering what National Flitch Day is and what you can do to celebrate it? You’ll be pleased to discover that this is not your typical Hallmark holiday. In fact, you won’t need to purchase a card, get a gift or come up with something clever. All you have to do is eat bacon! Yes, that’s [...]

Hand-Painted Glass Ball Ornaments Are Heartfelt Keepsakes

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Our second blog in our series of handmade ornaments that are made in America, features hand-painted glass ball ornaments made by an artist who really enjoys bringing her art to life, inspired by both her strong religious faith, family relationships and true friendship. The focus is on the details of the elaborate designs and intricate [...]

Female Soldiers in the Civil War

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In our last installment on Women’s Accomplishments, we celebrate female soldiers in the civil war.  Interestingly,women accounted for some of the bravest soldiers in the Civil War! Despite a few men being the most mentioned soldiers in the war, there were plenty examples of female soldiers in the civil war, women who showed courage in [...]

From The Bouffant to The Rachel – Hairstyles That Defined A Generation

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Nothing defines a decade more than its iconic hairstyles. Beautician’s Day is on June 26th, so take a trip down memory lane with these stylish coifs that were all the rage during a certain period of time. Let’s hope some of these never make a comeback! Iconic Hairstyles Identify The Decades The roaring 20s was [...]

Marie Curie Biography – Women in Medicine

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Our 3rd installment in “Women’s Accomplishment’s” series of blog articles, we feature Marie Curie!  She came into the world on November 7th in the year of 1867 as “Marie Sklodowska” in Warsaw, which is located in Poland. Marie’s parents were both educators at the time of her birth. The youngest of the five children birthed [...]