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About: Tina

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I'm a writer who's in love with a lot of, well, "different" things. Things you will probably see frequently include: *The Detroit Tigers and how they're so awesome *The Great Lakes *Sufjan Stevens, the best musician in the whole world *Fun stuff concerning Michigan and Illinois *Stuff about video games and music *Musings, writings, and works of art that I create. *Fun adventures I go on! Oh, and for the record, I'm a girl. Yes, my nickname is IggyNapster. One of my favorite teachers gave me that nickname back in the 7th grade - my patron saint is St. Ignatius of Loyola, and my last name was similar to Napster at that time (I'm married now! :D). I hope you enjoy your stay here! Have a fantastic day! :)

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Comerica Park, 48201

Official Blog of the Detroit Tigers front office. Leave your comments and see you at the park!

A Beautiful Journey

Where to go, What to eat, What to wear, and What to buy

Sweet Planet Poems

poems about subjects dear to the heart

Rivers Run Photo

Ramblings, musings and observations of my "outside" world...

All Things Great Lakes

News and views from the center of the freshwater universe

under the skies of arkansas

photography of a land blessed by god and nature

Global

Smile! You’re at the best WordPress.com blog ever

The River Bottom

River Bottom Beagles

Where's my backpack?

Romancing the planet; a love affair with travel.

ettagirl

a notebook

Howling For Justice

Blogging for the Gray Wolf

Loving Traverse City

A place for people who love the most beautiful place in the Upper Midwest: Traverse City, Michigan!

Mysterious Heartland

A Celebration of Midwestern Curiosities

GrimmFaeryTale

Rural life on the edge of the Northwoods

jkenwade

Life in general.

Michigan Mittens

Celebrate the "Mitten State"!

Mackinac State Historic Parks

The Official Blog of Mackinac State Historic Parks

Perkins Designs

Original art and design made available on gifts and apparel by graphic artist, Phil Perkins.