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July 23, 2009



Shopaholic and Sister by Sophie Kinsella. Was cleaning out a drawer and found it amid other boois.


I am constantly trying to read outside my norm - it helps that Husband and Child went to the Book Fair and scored dozens of soon-to-be-released paperbacks. Some I can only stand for the first chapter, others have made me question my convictions. It's been interesting, either way.

As for magazines, I tend to shy away from them. Nothing will shoot down any semblance of self-esteem faster than just a cursory glance through a "fashion mag". Ugh.

I *love* your rabbit. :) But am I the only one who saw the carrot and assumed it was a pellet? Sign of my own warped mind.


When I visit a new town I always try to look at the whole range of free newspapers that are available. It will depend on the quality of the journalism, but I often am made aware of a new approach to various aspects of living or community life.

Or even a new political point of view.


Anything like paper tissue can always be put into the compost bin for your garden or yard plants. We also combine the shredded information with our teabags and other soggy vegetable debris in the compost heap. It is quickly made unreadable and adds to the organic matter.


Deal Seeking Mom blog. I have finally decided to get serious about saving money grocery shopping! This week I tried out some of the techniques and saved 62% on my grocery bill. Now all I have to do is bank my savings and use them for craft stuff! That's a win/win in my book!!


Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.
My little sister was reading and I was like "what? human and vampire? This is so lame"
And now I am addicted ^^


This is probably my favorite craft you have ever done. I have so many candy molds from a time when my daughter had allergies and I had to make candy, they have sat in a box (except those ok for soap molds) WOO Hoo this looks like fun!!

Wanda McWilliams

I am in the process of reading The Omnivores Dilemma. It is definitely outside my normal reading. I was encouraged to read it by my very bright son.


Wow that is super cool! I'd love to try that and also to check that book out of the library...


i run across financial and political articles on my homepage and magazines at the doctors office. i don't seek out this information. it must be the title that drags me in.

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