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Meow Monday: Moving Edition

With the move approaching ever swifter, my mind has been racing with all the “To-Do”s that I want to cross off the list before Sam leaves.  (When I think about Sam leaving I simultaneously tear up and have an anxiety attack… because it’s all happening in less than… ONE WEEK!) Anyway, one of the things I wanted… Continue reading Meow Monday: Moving Edition

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From Grandma’s Trunk: It Could Always Be Worse

This is a series on some of my favorite books from childhood—right out of my former librarian Grandma’s home.  They now hold places of honor on my one tiny bookcase in my tiny townhouse, and I fully intend to bring each one on the cross-country journey to California! It Could Always Be Worse, written and… Continue reading From Grandma’s Trunk: It Could Always Be Worse

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From Grandma’s Bag: Everybody Cooks Rice

This is a series on some of my favorite books from childhood—right out of my former librarian Grandma’s home.  They now hold places of honor on my one tiny bookcase in my tiny townhouse, and I fully intend to bring each one on the cross-country journey to California! Everybody Cooks Rice, written by Norah Dooley;… Continue reading From Grandma’s Bag: Everybody Cooks Rice

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From Grandma’s Bag: Herbie’s Troubles

This is a series on some of my favorite books from childhood—right out of my former librarian Grandma’s home.  They now hold places of honor on my one tiny bookcase in my tiny townhouse, and I fully intend to bring each one on the cross-country journey to California! Herbie’s Troubles, written by Carol Chapman; illustrated… Continue reading From Grandma’s Bag: Herbie’s Troubles

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From Grandma’s Bag: Dr. DeSoto

This is a series on some of my favorite books from childhood—right out of my former librarian Grandma’s home.  They now hold places of honor on my one tiny bookcase in my tiny townhouse, and I fully intend to bring each one on the cross-country journey to California! Dr. DeSoto, written and illustrated by William… Continue reading From Grandma’s Bag: Dr. DeSoto