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Weakend Edition

Didn't do much yesterday….grocery shopping, trip to Costco and a short trip downtown to take some pics. It had been months since I pick up the camera and so the battery died not long after I got there. Brilliant! So…I … Continue reading

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I Used Some Self Control…

and only bought one book!I even impressed myself by borrowing a pen/scrap of paper and writing down the ones I want now…but will request through the library… Bought: The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel David Wroblewski and requested from … Continue reading

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Slacker McSlackerson

That's me… I really wish I knew why my body has no problem waking up before "weekday alarm time" on the weekends but does its best to paralyze me during the week at the same time. I can't remember the … Continue reading

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Saturday…

Where the hell is the sun and 60s we were supposed to have today? Just back from running a few errands. Had a gift card to Borders but instead of books (which I got at the library) I picked up … Continue reading

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Scores

(what the hell is going on with VOX? This page took forever to finish loading and playback of music is SUCKY!….least it is for me)C'est la VOX, eh? Did pretty well at the library and Schoolkids Records. The scores are … Continue reading

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….and the books…

"Rented" Jim the Boy : A Novel Tony Earley Studs Lonigan (Penguin Classics) James T. Farrell Purchased: Heard good and bad about I Love You, Beth Cooper…but it by a former(?) writer for The Simpsons…so I'm thinking I'll like it. … Continue reading

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USA TODAY’s Winter Book Preview

Winter books preview: Warmth, fire and chills await book lovers this season – USATODAY.com http://www.usatoday.com/life/books/ne… A classic John Grisham legal thriller, a back-to-his-roots Stephen King horror tale and a literary novel that’s earning comparisons to The Da Vinci Code are … Continue reading

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