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A Little Princess

By Victoria Easter Wilson / August 2, 2010 /

14 July 2010 If you’ve had any kind of cultured childhood at all, you should have watched ‘A Little Princess’. Okay, so that was a big generalization, but I would like to write a few comments about this film adaptation of a charming novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. In the story, Sara Crewe is left…

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A Different Kind of Toy Story

By Victoria Easter Wilson / August 2, 2010 /

02 July 2010 Just last week, my family took a vacation to the gorgeous Carolina Coastline. Our grandparents retired there and we go every year to visit. It’s fantastic! But today, I’d like to comment on a little kernel of truth I gleaned during our stay. My grandmother, you must first understand, is an incredibly…

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Cleaning Crud

By Victoria Easter Wilson / August 2, 2010 /

This morning, with rag and soap in hand, I began to clean out the time-built crud from our refrigerator. Working from the ground up, I scrubbed and bubbled until the mangy-mess disappeared. I have to confess, at first I was slightly resentful. “Why am I cleaning this mess? My crazy family is going to make…

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Women are like Whisky – no, hear me out!

By Victoria Easter Wilson / August 2, 2010 /

During the Scotch Whisky Experience – I learned a thing or two about malts and about myself. It finally all came together. Whisky, you might know, must sit in the barrels for years to reach that state of malted perfection. Depending on what the buyer is looking for, whisky could remain in the wood for…

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Let's start at the very beginning.

By Victoria Easter Wilson / August 2, 2010 /

Since I’ve returned from one fantastically, amazing semester abroad in Scotland (read all about it at: http://eastervictoria.blogspot.com) so many people have kindly asked if I would continue blogging. At first my answer was “No.” My reasoning being that, after coming home from the Old Country, I had nothing interesting left to report. During these past…

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