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Book It! – Seeking Love. Finding Books.

I didn’t get many books finished this month, but I’m still pretty far ahead on my reading challenge.  That’s a good thing, as I may be getting busier with house/farm related things soon. Man Repeller: Seeking Love. Finding Overalls. Man Repeller is fashion blogger Leandra Medine‘s memoir about how fashion influenced her life.  It’s been…

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Coffee Talk – Brexit

Welcome to coffee talk. Grab a cuppa, and join the chat. Brexit The big thing in the news today is the “Brexit,” Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. From what I can tell in my social media feeds, younger Brits wanted to stay, but the older Brits wanted to leave – although they might…

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#Project52 – Summertime

Summer is time for swimming, and apparently time for ducks at my house. It’s also a time full of fluffy baby kittens. What does summertime mean for you? Save

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Bookish Questions – Do you read LGBTQ books?

Do you read LGBTQ books? June is Pride Month in the US, so this month seemed like a good time to tackle this question.  Being a CIS woman, I don’t go out looking for books that feature LGBTQ characters. However, I am a big supporter of diversity in media. And books are no exception.  I…

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What’s My Style Again?

When I shop some of my favorite online retailers, I have a habit of using the little heart button that saves items I really like, so I can easily find them later.  And, the other day, I was browsing around Zulily, and decided to see if any of the items I favorited were still available.  …

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Coffee Talk – Orlando

Welcome to Coffee Talk. Grab a cup of your favorite morning beverage and join in the conversation. Orlando Unfortunately, I think it’s impossible to have a coffee talk discussion this week and not talk about all of the horrible things that have happened in Orlando .  If you haven’t heard about it, thanks for coming…

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Bookish Questions – Do you experience “book hangovers”?

Do you experience “book hangovers”? Epic Reads describes a “book hangover” as a condition in which attachment to a book or series that has ended causes the reader traumatic emotional distress. It usually lasts for one to two weeks, or until a new book of higher-than-average quality enters the reader’s life. While I don’t get…

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Coffee Talk –

Welcome to Coffee Talk. Grab your favorite morning beverage and join me for a chat.  It’s already Friday again.  The week seemed to go by a lot faster now that we have email back up and running at the office. On the Farm The ducks have a temporary fence now, allowing me to let them…

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Online Store

Good news everyone! I just opened up an online store through Redbubble.  This store will allow me to sell prints and products featuring some of my photography and artwork.  You can get to the store any time by clicking on the link to the store in the menu bar, or the shopping cart icon in…

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