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107: Kimmy Goes To A Party/1996 Called

Meryl & Gina bring fellow Addison Recorder writer into the PodFort™ to gab about episode seven of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

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De Rice Thai

This last Thursday I celebrated 5 years of personal recovery in a 12-Step program.  The journey has brought me to a point of clarity and appreciation of life that I’ve never felt before and it’s AMAZING!  197 more words

Restaurant Review

105: Kimmy Kisses A Boy/My Wiiiiiiife

Meryl & Gina welcome Kevin Triskett into the PodFort™ to talk about episode five of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Kevin answers the three questions all Addison Recorded guests are asked and continue to debate the show’s references to years-old cultural touch stones. 9 more words

Palo Alto singing school offers a place where every child can feel like a lead

A recent concert at Lytton Gardens illustrated why Joanna Finnis’ Singing School is so treasured by parents and children from all over Palo Alto. The seniors, who gathered on a warm Saturday afternoon, were treated to a 90 minute revue of songs from the 1950s performed by children who all enthusiastically belted out their rendition of classics like “Rock Around the Clock,” and “You Send Me.” The seniors swayed and bopped along to the music while kids from ages 6 to 13 (mostly girls but a few boys too) enthusiastically delivered their songs wearing polka dot skirts, pony… 755 more words

Palo Alto

March {Break} Madness - Tuesday

Is it Friday yet?

I have been busy planning things to do and I have no idea what day it is most of the time. Do stay at home parents get assistants? 277 more words

Family

{Everyday Adventures} Go Play Outside

Sometimes they just have to be kicked outside to find something messy and unorganized to do. I really don’t want to be involved. I want them to create fun for themselves. 355 more words

Landon

Henry Waldrum Addison (Sep. 1834-10 Jan. 1909)

Henry Waldrum Addison was born in September 1834 in Edgefield District, South Carolina. His parents were Joseph R. Addison (1798-1835), and his second wife, Matilda Waldrum (1805-1870). 556 more words

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