Author Archives: Laura Navarro

What I have read over the holidays

What have I read this past month? I read Hamlet (The New Folger Library Shakespeare) as part of the Classics Bookclub at 5 Minutes for Books. This was a combination of the George MacDonald commentary of an Old English version, … Continue reading

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New Year’s weekend

It’s been busy around here for the New Year beginning. Anthony had done a few honey do’s for me. He is so sweet and awesome! Jan 29 makes 16 years, most of it qualifies as marital bliss!!! First, he installed … Continue reading

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My 2009 Reading List

I created a separate blog to track my reading and indepth reviews. I’ll post summary reviews here once in awhile. I did start a little early, reading some books in the last 3 weeks of December (after class ended). Here … Continue reading

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Lucy Maud Montgomery

Reading to Know has a challenge going on, to read something by L. M. Montgomery. I have read the Anne of Green Gables books and loved them thoroughly. I had never ventured beyond that so I hope to read something … Continue reading

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The Complete Woman

Through a roundabout way (one blog led to another…) I came across The Complete Woman blog today. I like the content and will be following it going forward. Take a look at it.

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The New Me Challenge 2009

This is my resolution every year and I do a middlin’ job of it every year. Every day is a new chance, so I always get back up and try again. For 2009 I will post weekly progress on Monday. … Continue reading

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Tuesday Thingers – all about LibraryThing

Today’s question: Here is a list of the main areas of Library Thing: 1. Home (http://www.librarything.com/, before you log in) 2. Home (once you log in, contains Your Home, Your Profile, Connections, Recommendations, Reviews, Statistics, Clouds, Gallery, Memes) 3. Profile … Continue reading

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When to undecorate

This came up for discussion in the house today. When I was growing up and every year since then I’ve put the tree and decorations up on the weekend after Thanksgiving. It gives Thanksgiving room to be celebrated and then … Continue reading

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What’s on my Nightstand in Dec

Wow, a month has gone by already. What’s on my shelf for the next month?  Curate of Glaston, The How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk Hamlet (The New Folger Library Shakespeare) as part of … Continue reading

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Fall Into Reading – the results

Way back in September I signed up for the Fall Into Reading challenge. My post is here.   It is time to see how I did with my goals. First – the books I listed in my post and progress … Continue reading

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