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Friday procrastination: link love – science, singing and sculpture

Happy Friday to you all!  I hope you had a relaxing Labor Day weekend and that you enjoyed the short week.  Personally, I wish I were going back to school with a new backpack and perhaps a shiny new pair of sneakers, like all the kids I see but so it goes.  See you next week.

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