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text 2019-01-20 22:51
Reading progress update: I've read 31%.
The Red Tent - Anita Diamant

I haven't gotten to read the last couple of days because of life. We tried to switch our phone carriers and the sales person told us something completely different than we were told the first time we went in. The switch went from $100 to $500, so we said fuck that and left. Bought a bunch of stuff for the house, like clear containers for the fridge and a cube shelf for my son's room. I volunteered to help out my son's taekwondo master since she was health problems and a lot to deal with, and I spent Friday afternoon and Saturday sewing hems into shin and arm guards. Some with my machine, some by hand. Went to Hot Topic and spent my Hot Cash. Tried to start crocheting a blanket but hating the results and undoing it twice. Set up a new terrarium for Lakshmi Love. Got a recipe journal and transferred all my index cards onto pages for easier access. Got a pain injection in my SI joints. Cleaned the house and played with Danny Bird. Dealt with my son's growing attitude and feeling of independence. 

 

It's been a busy week. Here's a happy Lakshmi. 

 

 

He is very pleased with his new home, which is almost twice the size of his old one. He loves to bury himself.

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text 2019-01-18 22:07
Reading progress update: I've read 224 out of 224 pages.
Sheets - Brenna Thummler

So cute

 

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url 2019-01-16 22:27
DRM-free Bookshops

An annotated list of sources of DRM-free e-books. I wish there was a way to sort by genre (for the ones that are genre-specific), or alphabetically, or something, but it's still very nice. The one thing I've stuck to since buying my first e-book is only buying DRM-free ones, and it seems like the online store options keep shrinking.

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text 2019-01-13 02:02
Reading progress update: I've read 8%.
Pisces - Rachel Medhurst

"When we were young, our parents had explained that we were to complete an important mission. There wasn't enough love on the planet. People had lost faith in happily ever after and stopped believing in romance. All twelve of us had agreed to be born on Earth to show the world that true love exists."

 

 So many thing wrong with this. 

1. If you agreed to be born for this, why did your parents have to explain it to you?

 

2. If your mission is to prove true love exists, why are you having to hunt for your other half? Why wouldn't they be placed with you?

 

3. How exactly would these twelve people pairing off help bring love back into the world? Especially since they are all clustered in London.

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text 2019-01-13 01:13
Reading progress update: I've read 5%.
Pisces - Rachel Medhurst

"He had one foot in the road and the other on the pavement."

 

What? Those are the same thing.

 

No world building either. Actually, no idea of anything. We've just been tossed into a story, but badly.

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