Monthly Archive: July, 2012

Authentic

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By Katie Shaw One of the my favorite tomboy fashion staples is Vans Authentics shoes. They come in a wide variety of colors and they go with just about anything. Best part? They’ve… Continue reading

It’s a Mystery

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By Mitzi Sicking I’ve always been a fan of mysteries. As of late though, I have been immersing myself in the mystery genre.  In fact, I discovered there are subsets of the mystery… Continue reading

From the Baraza: Let The Games Begin

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In honor of tonight’s opening ceremony for the London Olympics, the Baraza Residents share their thoughts on this age old tradition. Geneva I have this condition where when someone mentions a word or… Continue reading

Homeowner 102

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By Liv White As I mentioned in my last post, I live by myself in a funny little weatherboard cottage.  The house was built in 1918 and has, I suspect, seen a lot… Continue reading

Ginger Pop: Let’s Have A Kiki

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By Amber Kelly-Anderson My musical taste is not a thing most treasured. If you want hip, cutting edge bands who may or may not speak English, Baraza Resident Katie is your girl. Old… Continue reading

Is It Dready In Here?

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By Katie Shaw Last week I celebrated my dreadlock’s three month anniversary. I honestly wasn’t sure I was going to make it this long, but my patience is doing better than I anticipated.… Continue reading

Serenity. Now.

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by Geneva Dummer So, you’re entering a brand new week.  Me too.  Imagine that.  It seems that each new week brings with it a fresh pile of “stuff” to be dealt with on… Continue reading

On Birth

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By Erin King Last weekend I had the privilege to hear Ina May Gaskin, the “Mother of Modern Midwifery,” speak in downtown Fort Worth. You may be thinking, “Why would you want to… Continue reading

Erikson’s Identity

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By Carrie Pokrefke As I mentioned in my prior post, I am a psychology junkie. Last fall, I decided that I wanted to take some psychology classes, so I took one in the… Continue reading

Rocky Mountain High

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My sister Erin got to experience the greatness that is Colorado one week before I did. From this post, you saw what a joyous place my grandmother’s is.  Here are some of my… Continue reading