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“But if that is what farming is to you, a way to lower stress, and a workout—like going to a gym but in a prettier place? Then you’re not…see, I enjoy the labor too, most of it. But I also get a genuine thrill when I see the lettuce sprout. ...more

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“Educators worried that they might encourage women to pursue math and science who would then be left high and dry. One electrical company asked for twenty female engineers from Goucher, with the added request, “Select beautiful ones for we don’t want them on our hands after the war.”
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If you try to make everything free of stress you end up with nothing! No existence at all that anyone would want!
I guess it is better to learn to deal with stress. . .
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Wow! That was certainly a surprise ending — at least to me. I have read all of this series to date and have enjoy each one. Like the author one of my wishes would be to live in France but since I know this is not possible I am doing the next best thi ...more
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Once again Fiona Davis is able to successfully connect the architectural history of a specific building (the Dakota), its tenants from past generations with the lives of today's generation. I was especially drawn to the author's understanding of the ...more
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“Through their brainwork, the women had an impact on the fighting that went on.”
Liza Mundy, Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II

Nell Goddin
“I have been feeling a bit ‘under the weather’—a maritime expression, as you probably know, taken from a seasick person going below decks on the ‘weather side,’ where the storm is hitting—”
Nell Goddin, An Official Killing

“The women were of a unique and overlooked generation. Many were born in 1920, the historic year when American women won the right to vote. Their early life was led in an atmosphere of broadening opportunity”
Liza Mundy, Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II

“In 1942, only about 4 percent of American women had completed four years of college.”
Liza Mundy, Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II

Nell Goddin
“It stands for Appellation d'origine contrôlée. It just means some agricultural product that is special to a certain terroir, or place. Like—Roquefort cheese,”
Nell Goddin, An Official Killing

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