I am pretty sure I had this setup some time in the past and just forgot about it on my new Mac. But it’s been driving me crazy – my desktop is a million little
Throughout the course of mankind women and girls have been subject to the pressure of social messages instructing and reinforcing them as to how to “do” their gender, and as to how to be real, or true women. These ideals are then repeated or reproduced through their enactments and learned by successive generations with slight modifications accommodating for changes in the times, or namely the economy and politics. Simply put—the ideals of true womanhood are formed, reinforced, and passed down through generations of women.
Society’s expectations of women in regard to feeding, infertility, childbearing, particularly as social attitudes and technologies have changed.
The creative act of listening to a talking frog
“You are going to TED, and you are going to do a fantastic job. …Because being creative is who you are. It’s the thing that keeps you going.”
open minded and integral approach? artist master piece or a better way to organize your cubical. Creative economy grows when we seek out the wisdom of others.
I am interested in a few things that are in my local micro-environment:
- uses for sea kelp washed ashore, and scientific research on enviro benefits for manipulation or recycling
- ditto for the brown stuff that is sort of like sea mulch (can I use it as mulch in my garden?)
- what to do with the sandbox sand on my patio, illegal to put on beach? affect? effect?
- the benefits of THC slow extraction from fat cells
- psychoactive/metaphysical space, disassociation, symbolic modeling and therapy
I’ve been hard at work publishing all of my sister Heather’s genealogy research that she’s been completing over the last several years, focused mainly on our Hilton lineage.
Meanwhile, the Baxley’s come from the Anglo-Saxon tribes that ruled over Britain, and are from Sussex and Buckingham where they’ve held a family seat from early times.
Then he told me that one of my relatives lived locally in San Diego, Superior Court Judge Robert Baxley, or “Bax” as friends called him (see bracelet on the cover of “The Lifeguards, A Reminiscence of West Coast Beaches in the 1950’s” by Robert C. Baxley). Yes, “called” as in past tense. I’m once again heart broken to learn I won’t meet another legendary human on this earth.
However, I hope his friends will help me out.
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