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Sorting through photos and ran across this one of Heath that Susan took during our annual walk across Central Park on the day after Thanksgiving a couple of months ago. Friday, 25 November 2016 #latergram #CentralPark #NYC (at Central Park)

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Doodling while I was bored in a sacrament meeting back in 2007. It looks like the prediction wasn’t far off. #tbt (at Chevy Chase, Maryland)

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In some traditions yesterday was the twelfth day of Christmas and today is Epiphany or Three Kings’ Day — the official end of the Christmas season. Our family typically leaves our Christmas tree and decorations up until today. For the past month or so, Heath has really enjoyed swatting at these ornaments I hung in our doorways, so I had to give him one last go before I took them down to put in storage for eleven months. (at Jackson Hts, Queens)

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I missed the open house by 20 minutes. But I finally got to go inside this evening. (at Hartford Mormon Temple)

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New York City has waited for this subway line for nearly 100 years. Of course I’m here. #2ndAveSubway #🚇 #NYC #NYCsubway #Manhattan #transit #zoomzoom (at 96th Street (Second Avenue Subway))

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Seeing this scene was almost worth a sick day. Almost. (at Jackson Hts, Queens)

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We got the tree a week ago, and we’re finally getting around to finishing putting ornaments on it. Heath is practicing his climbing skills. #Christmas #🎄 (at Jackson Hts, Queens)

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Instructions! #NYC #NYCsubway #🗽 #🚇 #zoomzoom #MetroCard #MTA (at Mets–Willets Point)

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My favorite mission story

All we had to go on was a name, a street, and a postal code. But sometimes you find the needle in the haystack.All we had to go on was a name, a street, and a postal code.  But sometimes when things seem like they’re not working out, that’s exactly how they’re supposed to work out. One Monday in Nuremberg, my companion, Sister Clark, and I received a referral. Now, first of all, a referral in my mission didn’t mean the same thing that it does in most missions: we rarely got referrals from members or…View On WordPress

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Remembering a date that “will live in infamy”

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Introducing a new resource to help educators teach the pivotal events that took place 75 years ago.

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Seen outside a café in our neighborhood. #🗽 #NYC #NYCproud (at Espresso 77)

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Looking cool on 33rd Street. (at United States Post Office, West 33rd Street and 8th Ave)

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Manhattan-bound platform at Junction Blvd, Queens. #nofilter #NYCsubway #NYC #Queens #🚇 #🗽 #I💜transit #zoomzoom (at MTA - Junction Blvd Station (7))

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Never too young to learn the importance of exercising their right to vote (once they get it, of course). #voterselfie #election2016 #election #ivoted (at The Renaissance Charter School)

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Target practice under the elevated? (at Jamaica Avenue, Richmond Hill, Queens)

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I’m out here early enough that the floodlights are still shining on this thing. #🏃 (at Flushing Meadows - Corona Park)

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The internet, it turns out, needs more photos of this guy, so I am obliging. (at Jackson Heights, New York)

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See-through rail map on Baltimore’s subway. (at Owings Mills Metro Station)

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🍦🍧🍨 I just happened to be passing by, so I had to stop for the factory tour. (I had certainly not planned to take the route that goes past it. No, of course not.) (at Ben And Jerry’s Factory)

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A video posted by Dustin Tyler Joyce (@dtjoyce) on Dec 26, 2016 at 7:25am PST Out of the tunnel and into Harlem. (at Harlem – 125th Street (Metro-North station))

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As we were cleaning their room, Colin decided it would be great to climb into the bin and THEN have all the blocks piled in. (at Jackson Hts, Queens)

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Poor bloke got sick last night. Still feeling a little under the weather this morning and has decided that the best spot to lie down is the chairs — while they’re still under the table. (at Jackson Hts, Queens)

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Cousins looking out the front of the subway train. #NYC #NYCsubway #🗽 #🚇 #zoomzoom (at Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street)

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Since we live in New York, the only coins we could find for Saint Nicholas Day were Hanukkah geld, complete with Hebrew. (at Jackson Hts, Queens)

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A modern take on traditional Christmas luminaries in the Winter Garden. (at Brookfield Place New York)

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This archway in the Ramble is perhaps my favorite spot in Central Park. #NYC #CentralPark (at Central Park)

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Looking though photos from this past summer this afternoon and ran across this one of Fiona. 8 August 2016 (at Salt Lake Temple)

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Introducing the Great Documents Curriculum Series

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Announcing a new series of downloadable prints optimized for schools and classrooms. The new Great Documents Curriculum Series features consistent, easy-to-use layouts with integrated study helps, and they're designed to make efficient use of limited school resources, all at an accessible price for educators. This series will help bring these important documents to light for students in an age where these words are needed more than ever.

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This past week was the 27th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, so we finally got our piece of the wall on display in our new apartment. (at New York, New York)

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#imwithher (This is an illegal photo. Photos of marked ballots are against the law in New York. But if the State of New York thinks it can legislate away my First Amendment right of expression, it can go screw itself.) (at New York, New York)

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The facts behind the “facts”: The reality of public meetings on major projects

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Failure to show up at or express opposition at some public meeting about a major infrastructure project years before that project actually happens is not tacit approval of the project.

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The Sunday School lesson I taught today was about the First Vision and the historical events leading up to the Restoration. I noted that the process began long before this theophany in 1820. I highlighted in particular the role of Magna Carta (1215), Martin Luther’s 95 Theses (1517), and the founding of the United States (1776–1791) in setting the stage — that Reformation, Renaissance, and revolution (American, French, scientific, Industrial) led to Restoration. I really like this painting depicting the First Vision that is in the inside back cover of the Ensign this month. I displayed it for my class as we discussed Joseph Smith—History 1:16–17: “I saw a pillar of light exactly over my head, above the brightness of the sun, which descended gradually until it fell upon me. … When the light rested upon me I saw two Personages, whose brightness and glory defy all description, standing above me in the air. One of them spake unto me, calling me by name and said, pointing to the other—This is My Beloved Son. Hear Him!” Detail of The First Vision by Jorge Cocco Santángelo (2016)

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This is not an especially well-known building, but it is one of my favorites in New York. It is such an outstanding example of art deco and the setbacks required by the 1916 zoning code and it just looks stunning as you come up out of the subway at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street. (at 500 Fifth Avenue)

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IT’S HERE!!! “This is a 96th Street/Second Avenue–bound Q express train via the Second Avenue Line.” New York City’s biggest subway extension in over half a century opened at noon today. #2ndAveSubway (at 96th Street (Second Avenue Subway))

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This is the floor of the children’s room in the public library in Derby, Vermont — which is also the public library in Stanstead, Québec. The black line is the border between the two countries. My left foot is in the United States while my right foot is in Canada. 🗽|🍁 (at Haskell Free Library)

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Just barely missed a train. At least I have a decent place to wait for the next one. #NYC #🗽 #🚄 #GCT #GrandCentral (at Grand Central Terminal)

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Macy’s Herald Square Last year we had the idea to take our children to see the holiday windows at the big department stores in Manhattan around midnight, when the crowds were a lot thinner. We continue the tradition this year, though this time around it’s just me and Fiona. Right now we’re wrapping things up with some hot chocolate we brought from home in a Thermos out on the plaza in front of Macy’s. #nofilter #🎄 #Christmas (at Macy’s)

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When the one decent deal on cereal at your nearest grocery store is Cookie Crisp 4/$6.00 Must buy 4 YOU BUY FOUR. 🍪🍪🍪🍪 (at Jackson Hts, Queens)

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Visualizing 24 hours of subway activity in New York City from Will Geary on Vimeo.Made with Processing, Carta. Data from MTA and Google Maps.

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Pour l’amour du français

A dedicated teacher can open a whole new world. For me, that teacher was Mrs. Ellen Bensley.A dedicated teacher can open up a whole new world. For me, that teacher was Mrs. Ellen Bensley. Twenty years ago (?!) next month I started seventh grade at Carmel Middle School in Charlotte. My first class of seventh grade — and my first-period class throughout the year — was French with Mrs. Bensley. I had never been interested in learning a foreign language. But that all changed the year…View On WordPress

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Introducing a new resource to help educators teach the pivotal events of 75 years ago.This month marks the 75th anniversary of the attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawai‘i. On 7 December 1941, 353 planes launched from six aircraft carriers of the Japanese Imperial Navy carried out the surprise attack, in which 19 U.S. ships were damaged or destroyed and 1,178 servicemen were wounded while 2,403 were killed. The next day, 8 December 1941, President Franklin D.…View On WordPress

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Climbing rocks on our annual day-after-Thanksgiving trek across Central Park. #NYC #CentralPark #BuyNothingDay (at Central Park)

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Sometimes when you’re hungry you just can’t resist pizza that is $1 a slice. #🗽 #🍕 #💵 #💲 #NYC #pizza (at Chelsea, Manhattan)

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Harbor sunset. #NYC #SIferry #🗽 (at Staten Island Ferry Whitehall Terminal)

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OFFICIAL “PANTSUIT POWER” FLASH MOB FOR HILLARY from Celia & Mia for HRC on Vimeo.On Sunday Oct 2, 2016 over 200 pantsuit wearing Hillary supporters gathered together to perform a dance founded in unity, love, and inclusivity. Event Organized and Video Directed by Celia Rowlson-Hall and Mia Lidofsky. Co-choreographed by Celia and Crishon Landers. Produced by Jillian Schlesinger and Liz Sargent. Edited by Jillian Schlesinger and Anais Blondet.

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The W train rode for the first time today since 2010. You knew we were going to be on it. (at Astoria–Ditmars Boulevard)

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