I’ve been trying to figure out why I’ve been so bleh for the last few days and it just occurred to me that it was a year ago this week that I walked away from everything that meant something to me. Well, maybe not everything, but at least everything when […]
Monthly Archives: July 2010
Ok, I know it looks like I’m stalking Lisa from It Keeps Getting Better but I’m not. Ok, I am but I’m harmless. Trust me. Honestly, I just thought it was hilarious that we are both Feria lovers. I used to use the guides on the box as a reference […]
Wow, I cannot believe I haven’t written a Weigh~In Wednesday post since 21 April. What’s even sadder is that I weigh about the same thing. At least I’m consistent, right? Nor have I gained, so that’s even better. I haz a Weigh~In Wednesday happy! Two days ago I downloaded the […]
I’ve found that interlinking posts probably benefits me more than it benefits my readers. You know, I go back through old posts and I’m like dang, did I really write that? That’s pretty good. Sometimes you have to pat yourself on the back, especially when others won’t or don’t do […]
When I was little girl, I lived with my dad for about six months in Spottsylvania County, Virginia and then we moved to Washington, D.C. In D.C. we lived with my grandparents, uncle and aunt in a quaint little four bedroom house on one of those streets where everyone knows […]
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Even though I’m a librarian, I sometimes have trouble finding age appropriate books. Don’t believe me? Then read this post. I mean, I know how to help college students conduct research, I know how to preserve documents and I know how to make early American history relevant to today’s present […]
I’ve been excited about Family Movie Night every since I found out about The Jensen Project from TwitterMoms. I forced asked my children to come back home from Grandma’s so we could make a big thing of it. My sister~in~law lives next door to my mother~in~law and she has a […]
Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation for this post, I just think it’s great that Proctor & Gamble and Walmart sponsor Family Movie Night. However, my husband is employed by Proctor & Gamble.
Everyone knows that I heart the Old Spice guy (Isaiah Mustafa). Who else could make riding a horse backwards look so cool? Now thanks to a Twitter campaign by @wawoodworth, the Old Spice Guy is defending libraries and making them sound so hawt… Is that not hilarious?