I've discovered a wonderful place to buy used books. But before I get into the details, let me ask you something...
Do you love to read? When you envision your "perfect" death, does it involve being squashed under an avalanche of books?
Clutching that favorite novel you've read a million times...your last gasp of air filled with the musty, paper scent of the printed page?
Yesterday, as I ran the floor scrubber over my living room floor for the fourth time this month, I broke down and admitted to myself that life would probably be easier with a no-shoes policy in the house.
I've only ever known one person who implemented such a rule every day. (Not just for muddy shoes.) Its certainly never been my policy.
And after playing the idea around in my head for awhile, I concluded that it will most likely never be my policy. Here's why shoes will always be welcome and encouraged in my home...
Although people who live in these areas are used to the lifestyle, it can be stressful (and dangerous) to newcomers and visitors.
Here are few storm safety tips and recommended severe weather supplies from a seasoned Okie, in case you will be here awhile during storm season:
Let's End Endometriosis and Raise Awareness
Hey Guess What?
Its 41 degrees today, and I'm freezing my butt off wearing this not-warm yellow t-shirt that is two sizes too big. (It's also the least flattering color in my wardrobe for me, which is why I only have one. ) So why did I decide to spend today shivering around like a jaundiced beluga whale?
Today is March 1st, the beginning of national endometriosis month. This month, we are encouraged to "start a conversation about endometriosis".
Is endometriosis even important enough to need an awareness day, week, or month? Why, yes it is.
Because "endo" is me. And it might be your female friends and relatives. Or, it might be you too...