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text 2018-04-16 21:34
Reading progress update: I've read 120 out of 240 pages.
The Happy Pear - David Flynn,Stephen Flynn

People think that "going Vegan" is a major sea change.....Not true! I follow no Strict Diet, but appreciate Veganism for its Plant Based/Basis..we should all eat less Processed foods, and train our taste buds to "go basic" with Umami in the fore front...I love these brothers and their YouTube channel...check them out, please.

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review 2018-04-09 17:18
Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life - Francesc Miralles,Hector Garcia-Molina,Marisa Martinez Abad,Heather Cleary

There's a point of intersection between what you love, waht you are good at, what the world needs and what you can be paid for and that's Ikigai, and I'm still not sure what mine is. It's something I really should think about rather than yearning for something more in my life, and maybe it's in my hobbies rather than in my job but I really should try to find something in my life that feeds my soul.

Comes across as a bit pat and simplistic but interesting and food for thought

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text 2018-04-01 07:10
Happy Easter 2018!

HAPPY EASTER!!

 

Thank you for being loyal reader of Kitty's Book Spot!  If you too celebrate Easter, I hope it is a holiday weekend full of fun, joy, good food, and more.  May this holiday bring you peace and most of all good books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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review 2018-03-14 11:11
Grant Morrison takes us on an action-packed ride at Christmas - very good stuff!
Happy! - Grant Morrison,Darick Robertson

Firstly, if you’re easily offended by bad language, this comic is NOT for you because swearing abounds. As does bloodshed and quite a body count. This tale of an ex-detective down on his luck teaming up with an imaginary blue flying horse is original, nicely-illustrated and well worth a look, especially if you’re already familiar with Grant Morrison’s dark writing. I enjoyed this for its storytelling and it kept me interested until the inevitable ending. Recommended to all lovers of crime comics and fans of the creative team.

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text 2018-03-12 09:50
It's okay to cry [3/12/18]

I am just so weepy recently.

 

Everything gets to me. I am thankful today that I am able to be emotional. It just proves that I am human and no matter what I go through, I am still alive. So in saying that, I am also thankful I am alive. In my darkest moment, I think I don't want to be alive, but I know that is my demon depression talking.

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