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5 kids' films that scared the crap out of me

Anyone who’s been here before has probably picked up on my love of horror films.  I’ve liked them as long as I can remember, and started watching them as a youngster.   528 more words


just life: #100happydays

And here we go with days 31-40…

Day 31 (10/6/14):

*Finally putting up Halloween decorations.

Other qualifying moments for the day: Feeling semi-confident that this latest flare-up is behind me. 480 more words


in the reading room: my weeded down pool for Dewey's Read-a-Thon

Weeded down. LOL. Hey, it was almost cut in half, so that’s good, huh? I so love reading what lines strike people’s fancies, and it’s so interesting how extremely varied the choices end up being from person to person. 1,870 more words

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in the reading room: help me weed down my read-a-thon pile?

Pretty please.

It’s that time…time to make preparations for Dewey’s Read-a-Thon. :)  And what’s more important to prepare than the old book pile! (Yeah, okay, I could make a serious argument that the food is every bit as important, but today I’m focused on my book mountain.) And seeing how I am quite possibly the slowest reader on the planet, I don’t really need a book mountain. 1,419 more words

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Project Borg: learning from the past year

Last year, I decided to put my list-making and inventorying obsession to good use and document every item I finished.  Here is the list:

November 2013… 859 more words


Project Borg: to raise the quality of sewing

To recap, I make sewing related lists obsessively. They seem to follow several themes: plans, wardrobe development, and inventories of things purchased, made, and wanted. They’re basically like doodles… Instead of drawing pictures, I write notes. 237 more words


Project Borg: assimilating a wardrobe with technical distinctiveness

The list-making is not just compulsive.  The process is valuable to me. It helps me focus on what I need to get done and what I want to work on. 418 more words