Monthly Archives: November 2013

National Blog Posting Month, It’s A Wrap!

Yay! I made it for the whole month penciling in some small bit of foolishness daily on two of my three blogs.  In my search for blog topics I have found all kinds of fun sites and interesting information.  I’ve … Continue reading

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Notable Children’s Books of 2013

Boy am I slipping!  I’ve only read one of these: The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey. Only two others are on my to-be-read list though: The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson The Cats of Tanglewood Forest by the always wonderful Charles … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

May you travel safely today, find the time with your loved ones to be a gift, and eat your favorite foods with great happiness and pleasure. Two more posts and the November 2013 National Blog Posting Month trophy (non-existent though … Continue reading

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Pie Day at DOA Central

If you thought I only aspired to be The Soup Queen you would be wrong.  I also want to be Pie Woman.  I could never make the heavenly pies my mother in law makes, but I’d like to make very … Continue reading

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What to do?

I sit in my easy chair in the morning, read the paper, drink my coffee, jot down a To Do list for the day in a handy notebook. I happen to have a small blackboard, and some days I like … Continue reading

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Five Things I Did Not Do On My Last Working Day

I’m writing this on my iPod in my easy chair so I’ll need to add pictures and the video once I’m at my PC. We’ve all had those days where we have an awful day or deal with some pinhead … Continue reading

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Old Library Tales

I’m really getting these posts in under the wire, aren’t I?   Digging deep into my Pink Notebook, I have some factoids/tales of one of my old libraries for you. The library was across the street from the jail.  Sometimes when … Continue reading

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