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Addy Bell

Joined 2 years ago




I joined Squidoo to raise awareness about adult learning disabilities. I am now a Giant Squid and Angel for the Mental Health>Depression category on Squidoo. As I started making lenses, I branched out into any subject that interested me. I have now written about everything from dyscalculia (math LD) to tabby cat genetics to vintage propaganda posters. I love learning new things, and I love writing about them on Squidoo. When I'm not running amok on Teh Internets, I'm making music or art. I live in San Francisco with my husband and 2.4 cats (one of them is very, very large).

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  • Rationing Fashion: Women's Clothing of WWII

    Rationing Fashion: Women's Clothing of WWII

    17 months ago

    The fascinating back-story behind women's fashions of World War II

  • Do Stay Wet Pallettes Really Work?

    Do Stay Wet Pallettes Really Work?

    5 years ago

    As an acrylic painter, one of my ongoing frustrations in life is how quickly the paint dries once I put it on my palette. Depending on ambient humidity, my acrylics can be completely dry within an hour of squeezing them...

  • Taking Care of Tabby

    Taking Care of Tabby

    5 years ago

    I'm clearly an expert when it comes to taking care of tabby cats. Sure, there are plenty of people who love cats, and decorate their homes with cat-themed decor, and send people cards with cats on them, and will...

  • The Truth About Tabby Cats

    The Truth About Tabby Cats

    5 years ago

    Whether you can handle it or not, I'm here to tell it to you.  I figure there's nobody more qualified to tell the truth about tabbies than a tabby cat, right?  So here I am.  Speaking the truth about...

  • What the heck is dysgraphia?

    What the heck is dysgraphia?

    5 years ago

    I describe dyscalculia (mathematics learning disability) as "the Jermaine Jackson of the dyslexia family". To continue the metaphor, dysgraphia (writing disability) is kind of like LaToya. She keeps popping up...