Riding the Diary Rescue streetcar tonight are jlms qkw, dadanation, sunsparksays, ItsJessMe and and vcmvo2, with YatPundit at the controls of Car #29, the last 1894 Ford, Bacon and Davis single-truck streetcar, on a beautiful spring New Orleans evening.
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- Ojibwa recounts the life story of the first American Indian woman to become a doctor in American Indian Women: Susan LaFlesche. (sunspark says)
- If we can put a man on the moon ... can't we also take an engineering approach to solving climate change? asks badger. (ItsJessMe)
- davidseth shares this tender tribute to a beloved feline in Cornelius's Journey Home. (jlms qkw)
- coquiero shares a very personal diary about a young mother learning about Parenting a Child with Autism. (sunspark says)
- HPLeft mixes historical perspective and political analysis with an overlay of astrology while trying to explain why Size Matters: Understanding the Size-Related Dynamics of Our Emerging American Crisis. (sunspark says)
- In a fascinating and funny photo diary, jamess uses the example of an ant's life to impart that it is best to prepare for the days of necessity, in An Ant's Rant. (ItsJessMe)
- PapaChach explains with poignant certainty why he can say I Know The Lilac Tree Will Bloom (Random Saturday Night Thoughts). (dadanation)
- Do you know who Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne Boggs is? Dbug introduces us to some Famous Daughters of Famous Politicians. (ItsJessMe)
- KAMuston offers a great historic vignette, telling the story of a 1890s white collar criminal/victim in AN AMERICAN TALE. (YatPundit)
- dsteffen continues to hit them out of the ballpark with this diary series addition in How regulation came to be: The Cincinatti Who concert tragedy. (vcmvo2)
- Without being militant about it, B Amer suggests that you Get on your bike & find ECSTASY! (ItsJessMe)
emeraldmaiden brings us Top Comments 4/11/10 - A Surprise at the Front Door.
Please join the Diary Rescue krewe this evening by suggesting your own rescues in this Open Thread.