Monthly Archives: June 2015

Twined and Twisted

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University Museum Rock Sculpture

While over at the University to make photos of the Walton-Young house for Preservation in Mississippi, I noticed the tortoise-like sculpture.  It has been a few years since I was last in this building for a class, and I don’t … Continue reading

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Surrounded by Pueraria montana var. lobata (Willd.)

Or more commonly known, kudzu, it also carries the name Japanese arrowroot, and the “Vine-that-ate-the-south.”  I remember the day our neighbor stopped and said, “Kudzu got your fence didn’t it?” with a knowing chuckle.  Once established, it is almost impossible … Continue reading

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How to remodel a bathroom in only 5 years

And the award for the longest bathroom remodel in the history of Lottabusha County and possibly all of Mississippi goes to [insert drum roll here please] Suzassippi!  Technically, this remodel has been going on for 6 years because you have … Continue reading

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Sun, rain, and a full moon rising

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