Editor and project-abandoner
Just put "motorcycle accident" into the @BNArchive search box. Distribution by date is kind of interesting.
First pass through baffling philosophy edit is DONE at last. Hilariously impenetrable sentence of the day:
One of a lot of pics I bought years ago. Address (local) is on back. Got in touch w/ present owner to share and...
Snatched moments on Google while son loses soul to Angry Birds are proving fruitful. A PICTURE of Mrs TomRiJohn.
July 1888: by this point Mrs Tom-Ri-Jon had long experience of wrongful arrest, and it shows. #dressreform #pwn
@Genealogics Here's one of them - his name was Walter Lumsden. Love this photo :)
Also, #edbookfest by night is really pretty.
Spotted at Post Office: card that manages to patronize, insult & trigger single women in only 22 words. Efficient!
Wilberforce Ogden search results look interesting.
@0tralala Here it is! Last time I looked, it was available second-hand for pence. Well worth picking up.
Nice new photo from relative: brother of girl in pic I tweeted the other day. Post-Civil War @USNavy river patrol.
Clicking idly around @Ancestrydotcom, just found another user's beautiful photo of a 2nd g-g-aunt I've never seen.
And here's the son, Walter, at the beach at St Andrews as a young boy. Reverse reads "Among the Surf, 1926".
Here's the family I tweeted about earlier, whose 100s of photos I bought from a stallholder years ago. #oldphotos
Oh, park: I love you.
Wow, so glad I went out. Beautiful out there. Entirely reinvigorated.
Morning sky from kitchen window
"Dr. Dre as a robot" by my 4-yr-old. He's never seen @drdre, but apparently imagines him a bit like Santa
One of the South Leith kirkyard photos I'm sloooowly uploading to blog. Gravestone of woman who had 21 children.
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