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Friday Five

  1. What field trips, one from elementary school and one from high school, do you remember most fondly? You know, as shitty as my elementary school was, we went to a few ballets, which I really liked.
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Friday Five #2

#1 It’s Friday again? Already? Wow.

#2 Yesterday, I talked my husband into going on a random road-trip with me so we went to Arkansas for some museum musing (He is NOT really into that sort of thing, so he was majorly humoring me) and we ventured around a Civil War Battlefield for a while (the visitor’s center closed at 4:30…I mean, c’mon who does that) so we didn’t have a really good “tour” per se, but it was interesting…and a bit sad when you think of all of the people who died there. 272 more words

Friday Five vol. 4

Hey hey! It’s Friday! My second favorite day of the week next to Saturday. I’ve tried so hard to like and even  love the other days, but they’re just so blah. 396 more words


Friday Five - Honesty Edition

A confession: I’m not really knitting the things I’m posting in the Friday Five.

I really, really want to, but let’s face it, I don’t have nearly as much time to knit these days as I do to fawn over and fantasize about patterns that, while lovely, are maybe not as practical in my daily life. 805 more words

Friday Five

The Friday Five: Old Money, Old Ways, New Technology

READ Tigers in Red Weather   This first novel by former New York Times writer Liza Klaussmann focuses on the WASPy bluebloods who have had homes on Martha’s Vineyard for generations. 655 more words


Friday Five

I sprained my knee so I haven’t been very mobile this last week. I have had a lot of time to read.

Suite Scarlett – Maureen Johnson… 839 more words

Friday Five

EBSQ Friday Five

1. This week’s featured Friday Five artist is Lisa M. Nelson. I love the title of this serene Art Quilt - The Sea is my comfort, the Moon is my rest. 113 more words