October 25, 2009 archive

Bundle of Trouble – Book Review

To-Do List: 1. Take Laurie to her one-month wellness appointment. 2. Visit Galigani in the hospital, find out what happened to him. 3. Find George. 4. Interview Kiku (bring own water!). 5. Call Winter Henderson re: hippie chick alibi. 6. Read the parenting book from library. 7. Find the parenting book from library. 8. Oh …

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The Cradle – Book Review

And holding her hands there, as the minister spoke, he realized that love was making him into far more than he ever could have been on his own. He could have sailed around the earth in a hot-air balloon or been a scientist inside a laboratory solving cancer and still those things would have been …

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The Girl She Used To Be – Book Review

My interest – okay, obsession – with math is genuine, and has been since the first time I was ripped away from the life I loved. I buried myself in numbers and word problems where an answer was certain (or at least in the back of the book) and I knew I’d found something I …

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Love Medicine – Book Review

These love medicines is something of an old Chippewa specialty. No other tribe has got them down so well. But love medicines is not for the layman to handle. You don’t just go out and get one without paying for it. Before you get one, even, you should go through one hell of a lot …

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Read-A-Thon: Wrap Up Post

I crashed last night at 1:00 in the morning (the end of hour 20) – so I met my goal of staying awake for 20 hours. Of those 20 hours, I actually participated 18.75 hours. Here is the breakdown: Hours Spent Reading: 11 hours Hours Spent Blogging: 7.25 hours Hours Spent Visiting: 0.5 hours (I …

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Read-A-Thon: Update #10

This update covers hours nineteen and twenty of the Read-A-Thon (11:00 pm to 1:00 am PST). How I am feeling at this point in the Event:Well so much for my second wind…I’m falling asleep. Barely made it through this last 30 minutes. I reached my goal to get through hour 20, and I’m packing it …

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