Monthly Archives: February 2008

>He does the cutest things!

> My cat, Darwin, just now. He loves to snuggle under the blankets! Advertisements

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>Oscar Magic

>One of my favorite events each year is to get some good snacks, some wine or other yummy beverage, and sit down to watch the Oscars. I love the anticipation, the vapid speeches, and, of course, the beautiful clothes. One … Continue reading

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>I like you!

> I miss, miss the library so much when I go a long while without a visit. Things have been so hectic with school and learning to BE a librarian, that I’ve scarcely entered a real library (but plenty of … Continue reading

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>Twelve Crystals!

>Since my trip to Prague, I have gained a greater appreciation, nay, a fascination, with crystal work and the beauty of Swarovski cystals in particular. The Czechs have a long history of being experts with crystal and glass, and there … Continue reading

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>So excited!

>So the cupcake scarf from my shop was featured on one of my favorite blogs, Cupcakes Take the Cake! This blog showcases bakeries, and features amazing photographs of scrumptious-looking cupcakes. These women certainly know their cupcakes, but it’s a refreshingly … Continue reading

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>Trip to DC

>I love getting out of town, and day trips are especially nice. I am fortunate enough to live within reasonable driving distance of three major US cities, and with our President’s Day off, Stephen and I decided to head down … Continue reading

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>First real post

>This journal is to be a little more reflective, rather than a simple question and answer thing. I’m not pleased with the nature of the LiveJournal world, or myspace. I realize that anonymity is near impossible in this age, but … Continue reading

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