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Are you an 'X'er?

No, I haven’t lost my mind.



And, no, I haven’t forgotten how to spell. Let me explain.



On Friday night, my husband and I had a date night. I honestly can’t remember the last time we had the chance to just sit and talk….and LISTEN to each other. It was perfect timing. Just after New Year’s. We talked about 2008 and how so many of the things that happened, both to us and to our world have shifted our perspective.



We also talked about our hopes and plans for 2009.… Continue

Added by Danielle Smith on January 4, 2009 at 10:17pm — No Comments

I've Been Bitten

Every once in a while this happens to me. I am so enthralled by a new book that I can't put it down. I find myself thinking about the characters as though they are, in fact, real people, who I just might encounter at the grocery store.



The only problem with that particualr scenario: they are teenagers and, well, they are vampires.



Seriously.



Have you read any of Stephenie Meyer's books? Starting with Twilight (yes, the one just made into a movie) I watched the… Continue

Added by Danielle Smith on January 2, 2009 at 3:37pm — No Comments

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