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Interests: paper crafts, craftblogs, sweet treats, digital artmaking, roger zelazney, lloyd alexander, studio ghibli, painting, sewing, crafting, gaiaonline, robert jordon
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I'm just another in a long line of Youth Services librarians who have gotten in line to thank you today. Thank you. Stories like that are why we do what we do. Well... that and the snack.
Toggle Commented Jan 29, 2011 on librarians are awesome at WWdN: In Exile
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I had such a good time with you and Julen this week. Thanks so much for playing with me!
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I wish I could have gone with you again this year. I miss your face. My phone finally deleted the birthday song you and the boys sang to me, but I must have listed to it 50 times. *HUG*
Toggle Commented Sep 8, 2010 on the great mn get together at Kleas
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Mar 15, 2010
I'm a total office supply junkie! I know what you mean!
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2010 on Show & Tell : moleskine at MommyCoddle
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Graceling, The Little Giant of Aberdeen County, Fire, The Hunger Games, The complete Dresden series, The complete Gregor the Overlander series, the complete Wheel of Time series
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2010 on What I Read: 2009 at A Small Fox in a Big World
I think I am, but I never update it. Its like one more thing to remember to do! Is it worth it?
Toggle Commented Jan 28, 2010 on What I Read: 2009 at A Small Fox in a Big World
I'm not that fast of a reader, but I read a lot, if that makes sense. We don't have TV, so I read when others may be watching something and I try and sneak in 15 or 30 minutes whenever I can throughout the day. And sometimes, because I'm lazy, I just read for the whole day. Dirty dishes be damned!
Toggle Commented Jan 27, 2010 on What I Read: 2009 at A Small Fox in a Big World
It struck me immediately! I only wish there was a code for "big green circle guy with tongue out" so I could have included him too!
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2009 on Common Threads at A Small Fox in a Big World
Canadians are welcome. You just have to send a bit more money for postage! Sarah DayChildrens and Youth Services LibrarianAlden Public Library From: [email protected] [email protected] To: [email protected] Sent: Mon, October 12, 2009 7:48:08 PM Subject: [A Small Fox in a Big World] Peanut submitted a comment to First Annual Small Fox Ornament Swap. TypePad HTML Email NEW! More options for replying to comments via email: To reply privately to the commenter, click on the commenters email address below. To reply publicly on your blog, reply to this email. A new comment from “Peanut” was received on the post “First Annual Small Fox Ornament Swap” of the blog “A Small Fox in a Big World”. Comment: Im another curious Canadian. Id love to participate in something like this. Commenter name: Peanut Commenter email: [email protected] Commenter URL: IP address: Authentication: None Enjoy! The TypePad Team P.S.: Learn more about replying to comments. Published Unpublish Delete Mark as Spam Edit Comment Six Apart, creators of Movable Type, Vox and TypePad. 548 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 Manage Notifications | Support | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy
Lets see: ice cream: Haagen-Dazs Caramel Cone book: the Harry Dresden series by Jim Butcher; Graceling,by Kristin Cashore; Hunger Games and Catching Fire, both by Suzanne Collins; and the Gregor the Overlander series, also by Suzanne Collins.
I had this one outfit that I loved when I was in about fifth grade. It consisted of a pair of teal blue jeans, a teal turtleneck and this teal vest with fuchsia flowers on it. I thought it was wonderful. And then this boy pushed me down in the mud and got it all dirty. And to this day, I still can't stand that guy.
Let's see, they could be... The Avalanche The Blue Morphos The Blue Jays The Blue Birds They could even be something that has nothing at all to do with blue and just call it ironic.
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Those are so great, Molly! Full of good stuff I could use at the library!
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I was just saying the other day that we desperately needed an outdoors blanket! I sure hope you pick me! And I can't wait to get my copy of the book, if you don't!
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2009 on HANDMADE HOME :: beach blanket to-go at SouleMama
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Beautiful! Thanks for the link!
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I've been waiting for this book for quite some time!
Toggle Commented Jul 30, 2009 on handmade home giveaway at Sew Liberated
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Ooo! My sister is pregnant! This would be perfect.
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I would love to help and I could do anything, as June is my slow month at work. I only work 2 days a week.
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Sweet giveaway and an awesome shop!
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2009 on Soulemama Sponsor ~ ALEWIVES FABRICS ~ at SouleMama
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That thing sounds awesome! We don't have anything but our own muscle to chop up stuff, so this would be great!
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Toggle Commented May 30, 2009 on SouleMama Sponsor ~ BAMBOLETTA DOLLS ~ at SouleMama
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I just let Real Simple expire too. I only get Ready Made (school fundraiser), Wondertime/Family Fun (which is way not as good), MSL, and Everyday Food. I'm getting a bit tired of Martha these days too. There's not been a lot new lately. I love Everyday Food, though. You might try checking out the periodicals at your local library. That's how I'm getting my Real Simple and Cook's Country fix these days!
Toggle Commented May 29, 2009 on ONE simple question, no. 5 at MommyCoddle
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(I don't know if the email I replied with went through, so I'll just reply here!) Smekday is BRILLIANT! How can a book with an alien named J.Lo not be? You will all love it! And Brian isn't stodgy so much, as he hates being read aloud to, but we had a good time with this. I'll be thoroughly surprised if you don't! The Willoughbys is wonderful! I really like that book a lot! You personally might want to check out the Disreputable History of Frankie Landau Banks. Oh! And Graceling, which has been my favorite book this year. (I'm not sure how old your kids are, but these two are definitely YA and up. I wouldn't give Frankie to anyone under 12 -- a smart 12 -- and Graceling is 15 and up easy. BUT FABULOUS!)
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