February 29, 2012

A Post to the Letter

Just a while ago, the mailman carried away my last batch of letters and postcards for #LetterMo, aka  A Month of Letters. (Correction: I’m still waiting on an address for the very last postcard I’ll send this month, but since (…)

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February 25, 2012

Family Genius

I’m finally on to the next book (round nine) in my Year of Reading at Your Mercy. This time, I got to ask my lovely family members (other than David and Eva, who are each their own separate groups), and (…)

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February 24, 2012

Children of Men

My wonderfully anti-romantic friend, Erin, picked Children of Men by P.D. James for our last book club read. I was expecting to love it, because I remember adoring the movie. Turns out I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate (…)

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February 23, 2012

In which I have a “connection” at the library

It’s not every day that the library assistant gets to turn the question back on her patrons: “Do you have a recommendation?” But that’s just what I did a few weeks ago at work. I asked fifteen unsuspecting library goers (…)

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February 16, 2012

Twenty-four Letters and a Dr. Who

I’ve been doing a few new things I love lately. I’m participating in Mary Robinette Kowal‘s A Month of Letters. Each day the mail runs this month, I’m sending something through it. Or rather, I’m trying to. I’ve already missed (…)

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February 15, 2012

If Mama Day knew (or cared) about blogs, she’d be giving me a look right now.

I am ashamed. This is me typing with my eyes averted. OK, that didn’t work nearly as well as I hoped it might. Apparently, I can type well enough without looking at the screen, maybe even better than usual. Sigh. (…)

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