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Review: Pretty Little Liars Books

I don’t think I’ve ever written a review of any of these books. And, since I’m now eight books into the series I feel a little sketchy calling this a review. There would be no way to review them without … Continue reading

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Stocking Staples

My friend Emily in a recent post highly recommended that you buy frozen veggies when you grocery shop. I think this is a great idea and I do this as well. Don’t know what to have for dinner? Break out … Continue reading

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Review: A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier by Ishmael Beah

“The villages that we captured and turned into our bases as we went along and the forests that we slept in became my home. My squad was my family, my gun was my provider and protector and my rule was … Continue reading

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Working at home is sometimes difficult

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Lasagna Cupcakes from chowvegan.com

Saturday morning, after I hollowed out eggs with nothing but a pushpin, a paper clip, a straw, and the power of my own lungs I decided to make myself a special and fun lunch. I had leftover tomatoes and I … Continue reading

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Remember that Post Card Contest?

Back in July I began a small little contest that I called the Love Letter Postcard Contest. I enjoyed receiving entries (or hearing about entries that I didn’t make it all the way from China) and I think I’d like … Continue reading

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I gave what fiction for Lent (Or, this has not been the best week)

As you probably know, Lent started this week. I am the sort of person that, although not Catholic, likes to give something up for these forty days (minus Sundays) between Ash Wednesday and Easter because I think it is a … Continue reading

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2011: The best of the best of the best of this year

I had planned on doing each of these as their own posts, but my sister has been here this week so we’ve been busy being up to no good. So, I’m doing them all now. The best things I’ve cooked … Continue reading

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Oh, Christmas Tree!

This song, another Jingle Spells find, cracks me up so much. This is a live video, which is a lot of fun, taken at a performance at the Amherst Museum in Amherst, New York! by

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Interlude: A conversation with my sister

(Walking up a hill a couple of blocks North of Sunset Park.) Me: Man, I always forget this hill goes on forever. Sister: It is one of the bigger hills in Brooklyn. The good news is I live at the … Continue reading

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