Monthly Archives: October 2012

What is your speed to read? (I rhymes, how neat.)

Last night I read Laurie Halse Anderson’s book ‘Speak’. It took me a good 3 hours and I was done from beginning to finish. That to me is a sign of a really good book. I can finish it in … Continue reading

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Scary things

I have the feeling that Halloween this year is a bit redundant. It is artificial scaring and therefore not that potent anyway. For the people on the east cost the weather right now is a whole lot scarier than a … Continue reading

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Lines in the sand

I’m currently reading a book called ‘Prisoner of the Vatican’. It is about the emergence of modern Italy. Before it turned into the country we all (hopefully) know, it was a place that was home to several divided territories, or … Continue reading

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Overheard things

This morning, while is was dutifully copying, collating, and stapling, I overheard some other women talking about the gender of ┬áthe babies some of their friends were expecting. One was not yet found out and those ladies were hoping it … Continue reading

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Quirky research

I don’t know about you, but I just love quirky research. Studies that answer questions you might come up with after a glass of wine, or two, or three. Studies where your first thought is: What adviser ever gave the … Continue reading

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Mom rush

This weekend we will have four different events, one of them a birthday party. Next week will have the start of many fall extracurricular activities and some appointments added to that. Next weekend will have at least two events as … Continue reading

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Twitter – Confessions of an addict

I am a twitter addict. I have it open on my computer all the time and keep reading it throughout the day. I use it for several different reasons. One is, that I stay in constant, immediate contact with my … Continue reading

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