Monthly Archives: September 2014

Guest Room “Quote Exhibit”

Have I told you about my favorite authors? Perhaps in passing, but I’m not sure I’ve discussed it in length. (Which is surprising since almost everything I discuss is lengthy…) One of my favorite authors in Roald Dahl. He wrote … Continue reading

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5 Things

(I think I’ve decided to go with Fridays… It has a nice alliterative ring to it: 5 Things Fridays). This past week was long, grey, and cold. Which meant lots of blankets on the couch, the world’s comfiest sweater made … Continue reading

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Dolls are better than Pets

I know we’ve talked about this before, but I really don’t like animal books. I try to save all my animal love (which is less than the average person, I fear) for real-life animals. So I was delighted to learn … Continue reading

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Birthdays and Produce Bags

Today is my mom’s birthday. Happy Birthday, Mom! It’s a pretty big, exciting birthday and I know she knows how to celebrate: with delicious food, some antique shopping, and hopefully achieving the Mom-trifecta (speaking to all 3 of her children … Continue reading

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Learning to Wander Alone

Recently there have been a lot more discussions about introverts and extroverts. Those classifications are being used more and more to explain people‚Äôs habits or decisions. I really enjoy learning more about personality classifications because it usually ends up making … Continue reading

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5 Things: Friday Edition

Yay Friday! (I have yet to decide if we should celebrate Friday by doing 5 Things or if we should use 5 Things as a way to get through Mondays…) This past week was a delightful mix of home, away, … Continue reading

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Trumpeter of Krakow

I know we’ve talked about this, but I love children’s literature. I believe in children’s literature. I am super passionate about children’s literature. However. Children’s literature in the 1920s was an odd place to be. It had animals and lots … Continue reading

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