Consents, concerns and failure to fit

Hey pharmaceutical companies! We aging Baby Boomers are neither deaf nor stupid!

“Have you heard this news story about how some universities are requiring students to have a written agreement before they have…well, you know?” I asked my husband as I pointed to the television.

Stephen smirked. “Nothing says amour quite like a signed affidavit.”

My husband. Always the grammarian…and smart aleck. Continue reading “Consents, concerns and failure to fit”

From fanmakers to filmmakers

Built circa 1867 by Tobias Scott, a former slave who bought his freedom through his earnings as a fan maker, the original house pulsed with the activity of his wife, Christiana (also a former slave), and their seven children.

Click here to read about the Tobias Scott House, a house built circa 1867 by a former slave.

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