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Next Millennium Mystical Books and Gifts
3141 North 93rd St Omaha, NE 68134
We are a mystical book and gift store in Omaha, Nebraska
Interests: Ghosts, Hoo Doo, Wicca, Jewelry, art, incense, Gardening, Tarot,Family, Music, scary books, candles, perfume, anything that smells good!
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Posted Mar 6, 2011 at The Middle Ages
Seven Quick Tips to 'Green Up' Your Wedding Day By Lucy E. Thomason Seven Quick Tips to 'Green Up' Your Wedding Day, a genuine story from an Ann Arbor couple Did you know that an Ann Arbor, Michigan couple 'greened'... Continue reading
I have just seen that Joey Lawrence is getting a new series, again. Is he trying to compete with Robert Urich? Do we really need another Joey Lawrence series? Continue reading
Posted Jul 19, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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We were watching TV and Justin Bieber came on. My husband said he could not figure out why he was so popular. That's easy! He is the new Donny Osmond with updated hair and jewelry!!!! We loved Donny in the 70s and now our daughters and granddaughters love Justin! Now... Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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It is so funny to me how people, say, see or hear things differently. The other day, we were at the store and my husband yelled back to me "Wow, there is a car on the roof!!!" "What? I responded, "How is that possible?" I went outside and looked up.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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I have always equated penises and "Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots". I think it is because I learned about how they both work at the same time. When I first found out how penises "work" I thought they were quite clever. They could become hard and stick straight out enough... Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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The other day, I was telling my son Jordan about pay toilets in the early 70s. He was amazed and appalled at the concept and not quite sure I wasn't making them up, I wish I had been! The K-mart here in Bellevue had one. It was a very dank,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 24, 2010 at The Middle Ages
Oh my, do you remember this song? Seasons In the Son In my 11 year mind, this was the sweetest, saddest song I had ever heard. I still know all the words. "But the stars we could reach were just starfish on the beach" Can we say melodramatic, cheesy, campy... Continue reading
Posted Mar 24, 2010 at The Middle Ages
My son, Jordan, is never left alone. He cannot spend 15 minutes in peace without getting a text message or phone call. He has no privacy at all. If he does not respond to one of these communications, his friends feel slighted. There are even Facebook pages devoted to I... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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I wore "Love's Baby Soft" perfume in the 70s, we all did. First you got "Sweet Honesty" by Avon when you were about 11, then you graduated to "Baby Soft" when you were 12 or 13. I remembered loving the scent. What I did not remember were the creepy ads.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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Is it just me.....? Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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When we were younger, a big societal concern was "latch key kids". I have been noticing a far more alarming trends for the youngsters of today- I call it "Cell Phone Orphans". Whenever I am in the grocery store, or any store or restaurant for that matter, I see this... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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I literally saw a kid on a Big Wheel with a helmet on the other day. A Big Wheel? Seriously? I don't know of any possible way you can fall off a Big Wheel and hit your head. Can you even fall off a Big Wheel? When we were kids,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at The Middle Ages
Can we bring back English? I know that folks abbreviate a lot of things, I understand, but I would love to see a little bit of real English again. I got this email today: wholsale do you provide I wanted to write back- "English, do you speak?" If this had... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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Remember when folks looked like this? He would have been considered "foxy" once the beer stupor wore off. Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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Growing up, my sister Vicki and I were close in age, She was 18 months older than I was. Then there was our little brother Tommy who was 6 years younger than me and 8 years younger than Vicki. We adored him, he was like our very own living doll.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at The Middle Ages
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One of the good things about being a middle aged female is you can get away with murder, almost. No one ever suspected us of committing crimes. We, as a group, just don’t! We could rob a bank and they would never bring us in for questioning. I speed quite... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2010 at The Middle Ages
Being middle aged is an adventure. Advertisers rarely acknowledge us any more. We are no longer a part of the coveted 18-35 demographic. We don’t need sippy cups, or mini vans. We must not even need milk anymore as my downsized quart of milk expired two weeks ago and I... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2010 at The Middle Ages
I remember as a kid, if someone started a sentence off with “Twenty years ago, ….” They were old. Anyone who was reminiscing about something that happened longer ago than I was had been on this earth was a sure delineator that they were old. A little while ago, I... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2010 at The Middle Ages
I get contacted from Mom Bloggers every day. They see my ScentAddict.com site and want to do product reviews on their blogs. I think these blogs are very cool. My kids are now 19 and 24 but when they were younger, I would have loved to have connected with other... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2010 at The Middle Ages
For too long we have been too complacent about the workings of Congress. Many citizens had no idea that members of Congress could retire with the same pay after only one term, that they didn't pay into Social Security, that... Continue reading
Happy St Patty's Day! Here is a St. Patrick's Day Love Spell for you to try! This St. Patrick's Day magic love spell has been around since the day St. Patrick rid the Emerald Isle of snakes. St. Patrick was... Continue reading
Next Millennium/Magicalomaha.com Newsletter-March 2, 2010 INDEX Products Incense Tee Shirts Fairies Divination Clothing Bath/Body Dragons Rocks Home Decor Charmed Shop Candles Jewelry Nemesis Now Weddings Dryad Design Information Readers Events About Us Contact Us Store Pictures Cool Stuff Tarot Reading... Continue reading
Next Millennium/Magicalomaha.com Newsletter-February 23, 2010 Dear Odorizzi, Hello Everyone! Our new sign has arrived! We went without a sign for over a week while it was being created. We had many people concerned that we had closed the store, but... Continue reading
Hello Everyone! Happy Halloween! We hope you have a great one! Join us for the Samhain Circle, we would love to see you there! Sunday, Nov 1st Samhain Circle 7 PM FREE Wear your cloaks if you have one, it... Continue reading