Tag Archives: reading

The Stack.

My Stack. A few weeks ago, I got a catalogue from The Vermont Country Store.  I’ve ordered a few things from their catalogues (I adore their super-comfy and attractive Mumu-style tops, and keep ordering more — I have 4 of … Continue reading

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13 reasons why you should pick up a book and read it.

I used to read about three books a week, sometimes as many as four.   As a child and teen, I was a voracious reader, so into my books that the adults around me used to worry about me.  “Why … Continue reading

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Hot, tired, and in need of a good “beach” read.

It’s hot and humid, and I’m both physically tired and emotionally exhausted from everything that’s happened these past couple of weeks.   I’ll put up a post soon about my therapy session tonight (it might be on my other blog … Continue reading

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A lifetime of writing (part one).

Writing, as opposed to the spoken word, has always been my preferred mode of communication. While it’s true I’ve never published a book or made a real career of it, I have a deep love of words and the rhythms … Continue reading

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Brain test.

My dad sent this in an email and I thought it was cool. The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid, aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno’t mtaetr in what oerdr the ltteres in a word are, the … Continue reading

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A pretty good day

Alright, so my day didn’t start out very good. Yesterday I got my settlement check from the insurance company from the car accident Molly was in last month, and this morning had to go to the bank to open a … Continue reading

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Post #100: my surviving book collection.

Books and reading have always been my passion. As long as I can remember I always had my nose stuck in a book. I actually used to “cut class” in third grade to go to the school library (I hated … Continue reading

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