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A blast from the past, literally, you can view the 1946 movie Atom Bomb [Joe Bonica's Movie of the Month] at the Open Video Project. It's an unbelievable collection of movies, mainly ephemera, some dating back as far as 100 years!

The site is sponsored by the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. It's definitely worth poking around.

Stanley returned from his mission yesterday around 5:00 pm. You can view installment one of his tale in his journal, Puppet Press Journal. The best part is the next entry, which he hasn't posted yet.

We were supposed to get 2 inches of snow followed by rain this afternoon. So far, we have about 8 inches of snow and, as far as I can tell, I don't think rain is in the picture. It's still snowing as of 2:30. It's a heavy, heavy snow and I think, sadly, we'll lose at least one more branch of the huge, old pine tree since the branches are already bowed almost to the ground.

And with snow like this, we generally lose power, at least for a while (but we haven't yet).

It's kind of disappointing since we were looking forward to brunch with friends--we changed it to dinner, but we'll have to see if we can even get out of the driveway. No snowplows yet. School is closed for the holiday tomorrow so we haven't even seen them shoveling out the school next door yet. The dog loves it, though.

I got the dreambook from White Flower Farm a week or so ago. It's been soothing my soul, looking through it and planning what to add to the garden this year -- maybe heathers? The Brigadoon Collection is especially enticing ...
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