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Location: 150 Bridge St P, Pelham, NH 03076
I am not being paid to write this article. I honestly love this place so much I’m doing this for free. Read more to find out why.
For a former Floridian, Massachusetts winters can be brutal. The snow is downright terrifying and honestly I still don’t drive if there’s more than an inch or two on the road. I’ve tried, and it resulted in me driving into a snow drift, and even bending the control arm on our car. The other side of nasty winters is the fact that it can get extremely cold. There have been times it has gone into the negative numbers during the evenings and bitterly cold during the day especially if it’s windy. I’m talking about the kind of cold that seems to disregard your coat and chill you to the core. It’s nasty. Read more
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Title: Relic of the Past
Materials: Acrylic on textured board
Dimensions: Original is 12 inches high by 9 inches wide. (though print sizes may be varied)
Prints on: Etsy
This was my first attempt at painting in a semi realistic style and took care to notice shadows, highlights and dimensions. Read more
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Dear Parents of Nerdy Kids,
What I’m about to write to you, is what I wish I had been able to write to my family as a kid. This is not a letter to bash, or be mean, but hopefully to shed some light on how I felt, and possibly how your kid might feel being considered a nerd. I’m writing this with the perspective that you as parents want the best for your child as I think my mother wanted for me, but perhaps you may not “get” or understand them all the time, and they may not even know how to explain to you how or why they are nerdy. Hopefully, this letter will give you some relief in understanding the awesome kid you have. Read more
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We’ve all seen those hand painted flower pots…It’s usually done by someone over the age of 70 and the theme is delicate roses, fairies, and cliché quotes like “Love Grows Like a Garden” and crap like that. It makes me wonder if the person who painted flowers on a flowerpot wants me to compare how bad their painted flowers look compared to the ones growing it the pot…or maybe the flowers on the pot are there just in case the actual plant dies or something. “Thank God they painted a flower on that pot because that plant looks so haggard.”. Read more