Monthly Archives: September 2008

Yummy Like Chocolate

Review for A Passion Redeemed by Julie Lessman You know how you feel when you get a piece of really good chocolate? Not the stuff you get at the service station, but the kind from the specialty candy shops. You … Continue reading

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What did Ed do?

I have a great husband. He drove me to Minneapolis for the conference knowing he would be on his own for two days. He assured me this wouldn’t be a problem for him. He loaded up his bike into the … Continue reading

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Being humbled

I have to admit I couldn’t wait to get to ACFW this year. One of the reasons I wanted to go was I knew I would get something on my name tag that said published author. Now, I know I’m … Continue reading

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Play time

I’m finding cats to be as individual in their play time desires as humans! Cleveland (black) loves to play fetch. He runs after that fuzzy, crinkly ball and then drops it at your feet, over and over and over! Wendell … Continue reading

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Travel Food

A ten hour car trip –one way, is the plan. What do you like to to snack on when you travel? For Ed and I it’s all about the licorice and cinnamon almonds. The almonds are a recent find. We … Continue reading

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Lazy Girl Miranda and The Very Hungry Catepillar quilt

I finished my lazygirl Miranda bag! you can see the front and back of the bag here. This is going to be wonderful to take my pens, folders and the chapters for my first class at the ACFW conference. It’s … Continue reading

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Rush Rush Rush

You know that song? I’m in a hurry and don’t know why? Rush and rush until life’s no fun? Well, that’s me today! I’m scurrying to get things ready for the ACFW conference and it seems as if my to-do … Continue reading

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