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... thought that was strange, but he seems to be ok. Maybe it was the skunk smell this morning??
August 6, 2014-Wednesday—Becky emailed and we decided to meet in Salem at the Fussy Duck, a very different consignment store on S Commercial St. Two floors of interesting and unique things. I had gone to the post office on my way and on my way home stopped where the fellow that Doug rents a room from works and left a packet of old photos that he forgot when ...
... a quaint place and there were, as you would expect, many 'witch' stores. They made full use of puns with shops such as 'witch way' and there were thousands if signs for tarot cards and palm readings as well as medium-ships. I went Ito one shop because I have to confess I was curious but am also very interested in the stones and gems which people claim to have powers. Moonstone is for emotional balance, pink quartz is for love, friendship and compassion but there were also ...
... the B. F. Keith Memorial, it was reported to be "so magnificent that it kind of takes your breath away for awhile" (Boston Globe, October 30, 1928). Since the $54 million restoration was completed in 2004, hundreds of thousands of theater-lovers from throughout New England have come to agree.
Leaving there we tried to get tickets ...
... I WILL WAIT UNTIL AFTER YOU GET BACK AND YOU CAN DECIDE AND I WILL CARRY OUT YOUR WISHES.
He seems to think it is up to him what I do and that he will ‘have’ to do the work. I think it is time to fire him—when I leave next summer. The yard is now like a fresh palette and I have some ideas. We stayed home till late and then out to dinner at Sabatino’s – we were the only people in the bar! Empty place tonight.
... executed - a notorious case of paranoia and mass hysteria. Eventually in 1702 the trials were declared unlawful, and those executed were officially pardoned in 1711. On the 300th anniversary, a memorial garden was opened in Salem - there is a granite bench for each victim, and a fresh rose is placed on each bench every day. Bridget Bishop (see photo) was the first of the accused to be executed.