Putting a Late Cap on 2018

“Six degrees of separation is the idea that all living things and everything else in the world are six or fewer steps away from each other so that a chain of  “a friend of a friend” statements can be made to connect any two people in a maximum of six steps.”—Wikipedia Last year held many impacting […]

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Facebook is Making Me Petty

The prompt word for the day is—Petty. I shouldn’t share this but I will. Yesterday was my birthday. I’d gone for years—waaay before Facebook—receiving two or three birthday cards in the mail, a handful of phone calls, and my husband and the girls for birthday love. However, with Facebook and my 500+ new friends, I’ve […]

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What Audio Books Can’t Deliver

Yesterday I discussed how and why I listened to audio books, and how my love of being read to evolved into a membership with Audible Books. I promised that today I’d give examples of what I miss about actual, hand-held books and what audio books can’t deliver. Aside from the new book smell, the crack […]

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What Audio Books Can’t Deliver

Yesterday I discussed how and why I listened audio books and how my love of being read to evolved into a membership with Audible Books. I promised that today I’d give examples of what I miss about actual, hand-held books and what audio books can’t deliver. Aside from the new book smell, the crack when […]

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Are You a Listener or a Reader?

I have a habit of saying, “I read that book,” but what I really mean is I listened to that book. I discovered books-on-tape in my local library two decades ago. Often, as many as 18 cassette tapes would sit inside the clunky black cases holding a world of prose from every genre. Let me tell […]

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