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Random 5 for August 30 – Bumper stickers, forgetfulness, cool nights, books, cats

Another blonde moment? – I had lunch with a friend this week. It was a nice lunch and we had a great time. To make it even better I had a $5 off coupon. 272 more words


Luncheon With Bess & George (in Pittsburgh)

If you listened to our recent Nancy Drew #7: The Clue in the Diary (and if you haven’t, go here!) and a lovely listener asked us where we would go to brunch with Bess and George. 437 more words

Bess And George

NANCY DREW #21: THE SECRET IN THE OLD ATTIC, by Carolyn Keene (pages 157-177 of 177)

Happy ending. All is well. Things made right. Nancy is ready for her next mystery.


Tofu Bánh Mì / For Men It's Called a Hardy Boy


I’m excited that you found a cool place in San Diego. It sounds very cool. First, I need to tell you that I appeared on Food Network on Saturday. 881 more words


Book Review: Through Waters Deep

I’ve always been a fan of anything set during the treacherous times of the 1940’s, usually biographies and non-fiction, normally not fiction and most certain not a romantic fiction! 227 more words

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Nancy Drew and the Secret of SingleGuyFromSyosset

Have you heard? Victoria Clark got married. You know, Victoria Clark? The actress who won a Tony for Light In The Piazza? She played a middle-aged woman, on her first trip to Italy, away from her critical and controlling husband, who discovers what real love is courtesy of a beautiful older Italian man with a uniquely understanding wife. 781 more words


Nancy Drew--a Review by Kristina O'Brien

The Secret of the Old Clock, written by Carolyn Keene, is the first of the Nancy Drew Mysteries. Armed with good wits and a strong will to see a case through, Nancy Drew is a young, amateur sleuth. 418 more words

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