Category Archives: history

  1. Listening, part one

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    June 13, 2020 by kittynh

    Thank you to Andre Morell for again allowing me to share his powerful words. It’s time for LISTENING, and I …
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  2. Pet Cemetery?

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    May 9, 2020 by kittynh

    The cemetery is still very full of humans walking and social distancing. I’m really enjoying this more modern cemetery, and …
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  3. The Cemetery is Rather Full

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    May 2, 2020 by kittynh

    OF WALKERS! The social distancing measures have filled our local cemetery with alive humans.  I’ve been walking there for several …
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  4. Corona Virus Luxury Lockdown…

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    March 12, 2020 by kittynh

    So, my 60th birthday celebration was supposed to be at one of my favorite places, filled with friends and family, …
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  5. Fairy Light Adventure New Hampshire!

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    September 14, 2019 by kittynh

    I have to admit that while I am new to collecting fairy lamps, I am a confirmed addict. Every thrift …
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  6. Budget Charity Auction Basket

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    May 16, 2019 by kittynh

    I’ve been putting together several vintage baskets, or collections, for a charity auction. People looking at this first basket have …
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  7. Lamps I Did Not Buy (but one I hope to)

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    April 29, 2019 by kittynh

    Those of us following the Crazy Lamp Lady on Facebook or Youtube, feel like we are LAMP EXPERTS.  I look …
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  8. Vintage Picking….

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    April 17, 2019 by kittynh

    I admit that with Spring weather here, I’m visiting all the vintage shops and charity shops.  Because for much of …
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  9. “Lost Boundaries” and Dr.Johnston’s Brave Choices

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    February 4, 2019 by kittynh

    The Historical Society of Cheshire County is having a pop up exhibit to commemorate the film “Lost Boundaries“.  The exhibit …
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  10. Naulakha Hallways

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    December 29, 2018 by kittynh

    Naulakha was built to be a ship sailing over the Vermont mountains. This means the house is long and narrow. …
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