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Thursday, May 28, 2009


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Susan (garden chick)

If no man is an island, perhaps no topic is either. Interesting that a talk on the history of dining tables will incorporate fashion and politics. When I was in college and working towards a degree that included religious studies, when people asked why I was interested in something so specific, I explained that by studying religion, one also studies history, sociology, cultural anthropology - and the list goes on.

Thanks for your kind words on my blog. What lovely feedback from a professional writer - it made my day!


Everyone says you need to stay on topic on your blog, but I think it's all related one way or another. So I really liked your "island" concept.

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