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    Work at Home During Snowstorm

    I have just heard that, in spite of the blizzard coming our way tomorrow, we will not have a snow day. Because we can all "work at home" don't ya know. Unfortunately, my salaried job (customer...
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    Sounds uncomfortably familiar. And getting more...

    Sounds uncomfortably familiar. And getting more so all the time. Water cannons anyone?
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    Sounds like you like cozy mysteries, as I do. ...

    Sounds like you like cozy mysteries, as I do. You might like these authors: Cleo Coyle, Laura Childs, Blaize Clement, Philip Craig.

    And a great source for mystery series in order -...
  4. Thanks everyone for the input. Very helpful...

    Thanks everyone for the input. Very helpful suggestions and I'll take it all into consideration.
  5. I ordered this for the library where I work. ...

    I ordered this for the library where I work. Can't wait to read it!
  6. Vitamins, Fibromyalgia & Teitelbaum's Energy Revitalization System

    Hi All -- I know. This is a lot of topics for one post, but they're all related. :~)

    I have a hard time swallowing large pills, to the extent that I finally stopped taking regular adult...
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    Thanks fidgiegirl. I'll give it a try.

    Thanks fidgiegirl. I'll give it a try.
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    We're way over 100 for late November and today -...

    We're way over 100 for late November and today - there's a dumpster sitting in our front yard right now, being picked up tomorrow. Got rid of some odds and ends junk, some brush, but mainly...
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    It's gotten better in my family of origin, partly...

    It's gotten better in my family of origin, partly because of financial constraints and partly because I finally got through to Mom about not wanting "stuff". For the last few years, I've received a...
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    Water-damaged furniture

    We had a little flood in our basement which resulted in damage to several pieces of wood furniture. They sat on a wet rug for weeks before we discovered the leak. Mold began to grow up the legs. ...
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    I know many libraries/librarians who won't make...

    I know many libraries/librarians who won't make discards available to the public. Taxpayers often object to throwing away "perfectly good" books, no matter that the books are yellowed, smelly,...
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    I belong to a women's discussion group which...

    I belong to a women's discussion group which meets once a month, in the evening. We met just last night and our topic was - COMMUNITY. ;) Interestingly, the group evolved from a library program I...
  14. Thread: Rock bottom

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  15. Yes. Small town in Southern Maine really appeals...

    Yes. Small town in Southern Maine really appeals to me. (I'm in CT but spend a fair amount of time in Maine.)

    But regardless of where it is, I want a walkable, multi-use area with coffee shop,...
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    Wow. Glad I'm doing this voluntarily rather than...

    Wow. Glad I'm doing this voluntarily rather than the way y'all did it.

    Spoony - My family is having a tag sale next weekend and I'm going to try to sell some of the stuff. Here's hoping.
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  19. I can identify, lhamo. And I have also been...

    I can identify, lhamo. And I have also been talking about getting a SAD light. I think this is the year. Hang in there, and let's both use some of these great suggestions.
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    My Accidental Decluttering Strategy

    I moved in with my fiance this past weekend. I'm 52 and never-married, so it's quite an adventure. I mentioned in a recent post that I have a condo that I'm planning to rent. He has a house in...
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    That's what I was thinking, oldhat. And this...

    That's what I was thinking, oldhat.

    And this is a timely post for me. As I'm soon moving in with my SO, I am shedding lots of possessions (or trying to) and finding it pretty overwhelming. I...
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    We have talked about the possibility of moving...

    We have talked about the possibility of moving but he hasn't been ready. He's older and retired and really doesn't want to take care of the yard and stuff anymore. He agreed to look at condos,...
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    Moving in with fiance

    Remember me? I've been gone for a while, but got the urge to check back in with y'all.

    I'm preparing to move in with my fiance, at long last. We've been together 12+ years, and have been...
  24. Thread: Socks

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    Y'all are talking about wool socks. I have not...

    Y'all are talking about wool socks. I have not had a lot of luck with them as they seem to be too thick to fit with any regular shoe that I wear. Are there wool socks that are "normal" thickness?
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    Just about finished with "Farewell to Manzanar"...

    Just about finished with "Farewell to Manzanar" (Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and James D. Houston), a true story about Japanese internment. Jeanne was 7 years old when her family was relocated. ...
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