Monthly Archives: July 2012

Call Me Maybe – 2012 USA Olympic Swimming Team

Gotta love their enthusiasm. I am so looking forward to the Olympics.   What Olympic water event is your favorite?  

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Christmas in July Fondue Giveaway

Christmas in July Giveaway hop is hosted by Matter of Cents, Just Married with Coupons & Sweep Tight.  Grand Prize is sponsored by Maggie Bags and is valued at over $600.  Maggies Bags takes high-quality recycled material & gives it new life … Continue reading

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The Summer of 69

I remember the summer of 1969 very well. I graduated from high school. Graduation day was very hot in our school gymnasium. I lost my voice while singing the school’s Alma mater. I came back home to a party for … Continue reading

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Potpourri: Books – Walking and Reading; Self-Publishing

Here are some book posts from my journeys on the internet lately that my fellow bibliophiles may enjoy: The Dead End of DIY Self-Publishing  I read a lot and belong to several groups of writers. I have gotten many advanced … Continue reading

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Donald Sobol: Encyclopedia Brown’s Influence

Having taught second and third grade for over 20 years and been a school librarian also, I am well acquainted with the Encyclopedia Brown Series written by Donald Sobol. I remember the covers back from the 80’s. Some of the … Continue reading

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Dance with Somebody by Count

Watch this video from Count. It made me smile and I sang along. Enjoy! Count – Dance With Somebody – Downtown LA from Count on Vimeo If you enjoyed this video, you can find out more about Count who is … Continue reading

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Independence Day Celebrations

On this Independence Day as we celebrate the birth of our country it is good to reflect on the freedoms we have and those who have sacrificed their lives for us to enjoy that freedom. John Adams, the second President … Continue reading

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