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Makes My Monday: Time!

A big block of time while waiting for Burke’s speech class (and no errends to run), a shady picnic table on a gorgeous day, and the new Dan Brown novel Make My Monday.


Cheryl over at Twinfatuation hosts this one. Head on over to see what else makes people’s Mondays (there are always some really good ones!)

Saturday Snapshot: Read To Me

Cheryl over at Twinfatuation hosts this one too. Go over and have a look at what others are doing on this lovely Saturday. 🙂

Read to me, Grandpa!

Read to me, Grandpa!

Thursday Theater: Reading

Goddess hosts Thursday Theater. Wanna join in? Go add your name to the list!

The other day, Burke told me he wanted to read his Three Little Pig story. I said, “Okay…be right there.” He grabbed the book and when I got into the room, this is what I saw. (With Maggie tap-dancing in the background…)

(1 minute plus stupid OneTrueMedia wrapper)

Way Back When-esday

Cheryl over at Twinfatuation hosts this one. Go on over to see who else is playing – and join in too!

These come from 2 years ago yesterday – April 21, 2007.
The twins were 2 years, 3 months old.

Elmo Hoarder

Elmo Hoarder

Reading with My Favorite Monkey

Reading with My Favorite Monkey

Cool Website for Readers

Lee over at Why isn’t There Mouse Falvored Cat Food posted about this site…and I just had to pass it along.

Goodreads.com is a website that will keep track of the books you’ve read!! You can rate them and you can tag them with one of three things: read, currently-reading, and to-read. You can get recommendations from your friends. If you join and want to add me as a friend, used no_zimmer at yahoo.com 🙂 Fair warning: I read lots of trashy romance novels, mysteries, and young adult books. *grin*

And speaking of great websites for readers (and writers)…have you ever checked out Levenger? This great website is totally commercial, but I *LOVE* the (expensive) stuff from here. I use the lap desk daily with my laptop. And the circa notebooks are KICK BUTT. I use the larger size at work, and the little one as my favorite recipe book. My mom lives by the outlet store (I’m so jealous!!)

Anyone have any other great sites like these two?