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White Chick on the Bus

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affordable housing, african-american literature, alternative schools, anne lamott, apartment living, arthuriana, barbara kingsolver, battlestar galactica, being a librarian, books about teaching, bordertown, brian mclaren, c.s. lewis, charles de lint, charter schools, children's books, children's literature, christianity, church, cities, coffee, community service, cynthia voigt, d.c., dar williams, dcpl, deep conversations, denise levertov, edna st. vincent millay, education reform, eleanor cameron, eliza gilkyson, ellen kushner, emerging church, emily dickinson, emma bull, environment, eric pankey, ethnic food, europe, exploring, fairy tales, fan fiction, fanfic, firefly, folk music, frederick buechner, frieda kahlo, friendship, georgia o'keeffe, god, graham oakley, graphic novels, green knowe, harry potter, henri nouwen, history, impressionism, information literacy, infp, innocence mission, interfaith dialogue, j.k. rowling, j.r.r. tolkien, jammin java, jane yolen, john donne, johnny cash, josh joplin, julia cameron, kathleen norris, kim richey, l.m. boston, librarians, libraries, lord of the rings, madeleine l'engle, maira kalman, martha beck, mary oliver, me eloise, merlin, metro, much ado about nothing, myers-briggs type indicator, nancie atwell, natalie merchant, national gallery, nature, neil gaiman, nina cassian, nora gallagher, over the rhine, pamela dean, parks, patty griffin, peter elbow, phillips collection, philosophizing, pierce pettis, poetry, politics and prose, post-impressionism, progressive education, public spaces, public transportation, religion, rich mullins, robin mckinley, ron sexsmith, sarah harmer, school libraries, science fiction, serenity, shane claiborne, singer-songwriters, singleness, slash, slings and arrows, social justice, solitude, spanish, spirituality, terri windling, the bible, the church mice books, the container store, the west wing, thrift shops, travel, union station, urban fantasy, used bookstores, vincent van gogh, walking, washington, wildlife, will shetterly, writing, writing groups, yoga, young adult literature


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