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A Sunday to Remember: September 11, 1814

It was a big church day in Baltimore as the bells rang out about noon and people began to poor out of the various religious services all across the city. 598 more words

Sam Smith

Home 2.0

Hello, dolls!!:) I can’t believe that I am back in MNL!! Aaaah it still feels surreal that I am in my pink room now blogging!! :) The past 2 days has been lovely and I am so grateful for warmth welcome that I received from everyone especially my family. 806 more words

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Another Summer, Come and Gone

It’s officially the last weekend before school starts up again. Hard to believe–in some ways it feels like I was just in Ecuador yesterday, and in others, it feels like it was a lifetime ago. 717 more words

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Totally Unexpected Charm: Our House

I followed my own advice from my last blog post, ” Flicks On The Hill: Essentials for the perfect picnic”, and ordered pizza to take to the park instead of packing a picnic. 530 more words

Baltimore

Davis Slam Carries Orioles Past Twins 9-1

BALTIMORE (AP) — If one was to judge Chris Davis’ season solely by comparing his current numbers to last year’s figures, it would appear as if the Baltimore Orioles slugger is performing miserably. 696 more words

Sports

Hundreds Of Thousands Expected To Travel This Labor Day Weekend

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Labor Day weekend is officially underway. Hundreds of thousands of Marylanders are hitting the road. With gas prices down and the economy up, it’s going to be one of the busiest yet. 341 more words

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