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Milk every moment for all the pleasure you can get from it.When you say "It is my dominant intent[ion] to look for things that feel good today,no matter where I'm going,no matter what I'm doing,no matter who I'm doing it with,it is my dominant intent[ion]

Who remembers when family history research looked like this? #ancestry #genealogy #familyhistory #familytree

By looking at artwork there is so much that we can learn about our history, and about the history of others around us and others that came before us. I remember in my Art History classes thinking that studying Prehistoric art was one of the most boring lessons I had to sit through. I wanted to see beautiful, well developed paintings, not these cave scribbles and ugly statues. But what usually happens when you grow up is you realize the importance of this work and what you can learn from it.

The old card catalog may seem quaint now, but just like today’s online catalog it was your access to our books and other holdings. Description from brockport175.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Don't FORGET HOW to look things up WITHOUT Google! .... What would you DO if your internet was down?! Buy BOOKS too!

lol. I still remember the day that our librarian in elementary school explained how to use the card catalogue and the Dewey Decimal System.

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