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Old 07-15-2005, 02:15 PM   #71
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I should just go dump the boxes with out even looking in them. But, I'm pretty sure I'll need all that stuff again some day. lolol!
I must have at least a hundred books that I will never even pick up again but I just can't part with them just in case.
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Old 07-15-2005, 02:42 PM   #72
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I must have at least a hundred books that I will never even pick up again but I just can't part with them just in case.
Us too Bang.
I do re-read books though.
So ya never know. I might just read the
ones in the boxes again.


I bring a bunch to Greece everytime we go and one of the nicest parts of the trip is walking in to the house and seeing all the books I left behind last time.
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Old 07-15-2005, 10:52 PM   #73
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I usually read several books at the same time. This really frustates my mom. She just does not see how I keep track of them all. I just finished reading:

Skywatch West - The Complete Weather Guide by Richard A. Keen.

This is what I am currently reading:

The Field Guide to Geology by David Lambert
Wildflowers of the Eastern Sierra by Laird R. Blackwell
Plants of the Tahoe Basin by Michael Graff
World Without End by Sean Russell (Science Fiction)
The Calhouns - Suzanna and Megan by Nora Roberts (My light reading)

We have had an extraordinary wildflower summer. That is why I am reading the two plant books.
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Old 07-15-2005, 11:28 PM   #74
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i'm re-reading 'the devil wears prada.' i LOVE that book. i need to get to the bookstore and library very soon, as i am out of books and need some new ones. i'm not used to only reading one book at a time. i'm so picky about what i'll read, though. i think i'm going to get some books about history. i cannot read enough about history, namely the Depression era, WWII and the victorian era.
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Old 07-16-2005, 01:25 AM   #75
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a copy of the new harry potter book that wasabi and corazon just threw at me... (only teasing)

i'm reading "what to expect, the first year".
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Old 07-16-2005, 01:28 AM   #76
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great book, bucky. Boy do you learn a lot!
I'm in the middle of reading 3 different cookbooks that I got at the library.
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Old 07-16-2005, 01:45 AM   #77
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yeah, like "duck!"...


oh wait, you meant the "what to expect" books. yes they are full of useful info, and don't hurt as much...
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I don't know about that.....nothing like "learning" what your little ones do when you're in public....
I'm still waiting for a story about how Louie and Beethoven teach your boy enough words so when he goes to the mommy and me class, he says something sweet like: "Mama! I do that $@^+#&* too!"
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Old 07-16-2005, 01:54 AM   #79
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lol jkath. i am wondering how i'm gonna talk my way out of those situations. on one hand, i can't wait. it'll probably be funny, but i hope it doesn't begin in church, during the silence of communion prayers. "geez mom, this stuff tastes like #$%^@".

i can see dw's laser-like glare already...
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Old 07-16-2005, 02:04 AM   #80
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I bought these from Costco today-

Black Rose by Nora Roberts
Picture Perfect by Fern Michaels
Nights of Rain and Stars by Maeve Binchy
Ten Big Ones by Janet Evanovich

Tomorrow morning, I pick up the new Harry Potter book, so my Costco books will be put on the back shelf.
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