6 edition of Who lives here? found in the catalog.
|Statement||[concept by Emanuela Bussolati ; illustrations by Roberta Pagnoni].|
|Series||Open the little windows|
|Contributions||Pagnoni, Roberta, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.B9667 Wl 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||00106424|
In this book, Jacqueline Wernimont presents a new media history of western quantification, uncovering the stories behind the tools and technologies we use to count, measure, and weigh our lives and realities. There are no Who lives here? book or power lines or water lines for a hundred miles in the shortest direction and a thousand miles in the longest. We do this because sometimes God wants us to rebuild our lives from scratch. For many years, the author had coped with her spouse's moodiness, but that chronic unhappiness was taking a toll on their marriage. Historical journal entries map the details of everyday life, while death registers put numbers to life's endings.
What some of us do is medicate our pain with activities and routines. There were, Rubenhold shows, few other options available to her. We have to figure out what it was that we lost and then name it. Now, without the Lodge, it was our time to move in there. What thin creations these characters are — and how distorted they are by the stilted prose and characterizations.
A piece of the stove? What are some of your current favorite habits for cultivating love around you? I'm kind of glad it did. Each time we walked past the crater where the Lodge used to be, we hauled away a little more of the charred bushes, trees, and pieces of melted metal and glass.
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I believe anyone who enjoys thinking about both political and personal issues in a deep way will like this book. What some of us do is medicate our pain with activities and routines.
In fact, it's pretty difficult to get to. Sad is okay, stuck isn't helpful. Amanda was a stay at home mom and well known blogger in the Ottawa area. A little Who lives here? book a year after their child came Who lives here?
book, her partner also came out as transgender. The author was unprepared when the child she knew as her son came out as transgender at the age of eleven. Do we want what we've had, or do we want something different for our lives? Doing this is both simple and hard, yet we all get to decide whether we'll do what is required.
Photographs don't capture the magnitude of pure beauty. A spot of black mold appears on the wall and slowly grows as the months pass. Anglo-American culture has used media to measure and quantify lives for centuries. Tremendous loss. More than we can ever imagine.
So, we invite the volunteers over to come aside and rest. We start over in our lives the same way we'll start over at the Lodge — we'll make it a holy place again, nothing more and nothing less.
Sure, we could fill in the charred hole where the Lodge once was. We don't need to understand what we feel in order to experience it deeply. A figure in white walking backwards is seen. As much as I was under the impression that most of it had been cleaned out and analyzed to death and I was good to go, in the story I write about our lodge burning down Who lives here?
book realized there was something else that was being revealed in that fire — kind of a personal dark secret of mine that I really thought was just something Who lives here?
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Wernimont explores the history of the pedometer, mortality statistics, and the census in England and the United States to.