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Making a House A home


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1. Kazumi wrote:
It's much easier to undrestand when you put it that way!

Sun, September 21, 2014 @ 12:48 AM

2. buyaccutanenow.com wrote:
Oooh ooh talking about books. I am glad you limit it to ten because my fingers can only type for so long on a Saturday.as a child I loved going to the public library. the stack of books that I took home each week was taller than me it seemd. in second grade I would awaken before my mom came to get me ready for school and would already be reading. Back then it was Laura Ingells Wilder s Little House on the Prairie series which were an amazing companion as I made my own adventures in the sixteen acres of woods that surrounded my house. this past august I decided to sell my beloved subaru outback, his name was Gus and a good gus he was through and through. In this decision towards simplicity, I found that I had so much more time to read on the bus and the train. The day that I buy a car again will be a sad day, because the numbers of pages i turn each day will probably decrease. For now I take comfort in the pleasure of reading on the way to work.On this particular day if you were to ask me what books I would take with me to a hermitage or a deserted island, these would be the ones. Barbara Kingsolver s The Bean Trees as I entered into adulthood this novel was a companion to me. The protagonist takes off to find herself and on her pilgramage towards her new self she discovers that a Cherokee baby has been left in the back seat of her car. So begins their life together in beautiful and funny ways. Kingsolver s books of essays are also wonderful Small Wonder and High Tide in Tuscon. I went to college in Vermont and loved the fact at ski practice each day I skied past Robert Frost s cabin. It was always a dilemma to choose which path to take on a snowy evening! I love the green mountains and all the peculiar wonders of rural life in Vermont. Chris Bohjalian, a journalist for the Burlington Free Press and novelist, writes wonderful novels about the people of Vermont. While I was working on my senior thesis in medical anthropology on definitions of quality of birth in america, he had just finished his novel Midwives. We met in the Spring of 1997 and he amazed me with his ability to write the voice of a female narrator, particularly around the topic of childbirth. Whenever I need a good vac

Fri, October 10, 2014 @ 7:35 AM

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