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Old 01-21-2013, 12:32 PM   #221
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Let's do type of cooking and then author. For the fiction, let's see what we have first, just go for author, then see if we have enough to sort by genre.
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Old 01-21-2013, 12:33 PM   #222
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True Crime should go in the Non-Fiction...
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Old 01-22-2013, 07:41 AM   #223
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I woke up this morning thinking of the bakery where I got my first job -- in a mom & pop bakery. My favorite 'donut' was maple cream sticks, yeast-raised with a creamy white filling, then maple icing. A close second was their elephant ears, crunchy and sweet. Oh, and the lemon-filled jelly buns. Through the same magic that's creating this new, ever-expanding building, I've picked up a dozen of each. They're over there on the table by the door. Hope everyone likes them.
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Old 01-22-2013, 11:23 AM   #224
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True Crime should go in the Non-Fiction...
Uhoh, are we going to fight about this? True Crime is a subgenre of mystery usually. Those of us who read it hate having to go to non fiction for it. Can we take a vote on where to find it please? I'll put that box aside. I have a sticky note on that Edna Buchanan. Its my next TBR.

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I woke up this morning thinking of the bakery where I got my first job -- in a mom & pop bakery. My favorite 'donut' was maple cream sticks, yeast-raised with a creamy white filling, then maple icing. A close second was their elephant ears, crunchy and sweet. Oh, and the lemon-filled jelly buns. Through the same magic that's creating this new, ever-expanding building, I've picked up a dozen of each. They're over there on the table by the door. Hope everyone likes them.
Lemon filled jelly and maple iced long johns are my absolute FAVORITES. I guess I'll have to do some extra exercise if I eat both huh? Do you think schlepping boxes of books back and forth will count?

I just got my order of coffee! I have left some creme caramel and some highland grogg flavors by the keurig. Enjoy!
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Old 01-22-2013, 01:28 PM   #225
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The foundations have been poured. Bubba says that you can write your initials on the back steps if you want to.

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Old 01-22-2013, 02:38 PM   #226
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The foundations have been poured. Bubba says that you can write your initials on the back steps if you want to.

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OK that's great here goes
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Old 01-22-2013, 08:43 PM   #227
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Uhoh, are we going to fight about this? True Crime is a subgenre of mystery usually. Those of us who read it hate having to go to non fiction for it. Can we take a vote on where to find it please? I'll put that box aside. I have a sticky note on that Edna Buchanan. Its my next TBR.
Nope, no fight. I brought this dust brush, some of these are really dusty!

I'll grab a chamomile tea and start down here with the "Z's".
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Old 01-22-2013, 08:55 PM   #228
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Nope, no fight. I brought this dust brush, some of these are really dusty!

I'll grab a chamomile tea and start down here with the "Z's".
We could have a fight about how that letter is pronounced.
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We could have a fight about how that letter is pronounced.
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Old 01-22-2013, 10:29 PM   #230
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We could have a fight about how that letter is pronounced.
Only if you are really bored...Zee, Zed...no matter to me.
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