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Category Archives: Anatomy
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This is a post from Mairi Campbell Jack; a poet who lives in Edinburgh with her daughter and blogs poetry at http://www.alumpinthethroat.wordpress.com and tweets @lumpinthethroat. It originally appeared on DorkyMum. One of the strange things to observe in babies is … Continue reading
Last night our friends, Doctor Power and Docter Gandamou, came over for dinner with their three children. The family is an example of elegance and beauty. Doc Power is tall, blonde and stunning, Doc G has dark eyes and a … Continue reading
A post I wrote when musing on the fact that I spent much of my childhood not even knowing what I had down below – and I’m still not sure what all of it’s called! So, I’m not sure what … Continue reading
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