Summer Reading

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Summer Reading
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Mon, 07-12-2010 - 3:42pm

so i'm on a chapter in a book in which the author talks about regrets.

 

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 4:18pm
LOL, sure hunnybunny! Grammar hags unite! ;)

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Erica Jong

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 5:08pm
back in the day, i wasted alot of $$ on salon shampoos and department store cosmetics, clinique was a favorite of mine.

 

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 5:09pm

I guess I didn't find anything to "stump" me.

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 5:14pm
apologies, i wasn't expecting you to unveil some personal secret about LL, i just had never heard of this with kids before and thought there was something i'm missing or could learn here!

 

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 5:20pm
I truly prefer neither. Dh and I seem to be ok, and I know that he does not appreciate gifts, and that he thinks I walk to fast. Beyond that I confess that I do not really follow what you mean.

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Erica Jong

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 5:49pm

what part of it was hard to follow?

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 5:49pm
Yeah, I had a BIG thing for eating out, especially at this one Thai restaurant. Even when I did buy from the grocery store, it was a lot of pre-packaged meals. My spending on food dwarfed everything else. It was so wrong. As a single, I probably spent the same amount then as I do now to feed a family of four.











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Registered: 01-08-2009
Wed, 07-14-2010 - 6:18pm
Nobody HAS to choose between two impossible options. They can just stop taking the test, which is what rollmops did, right?
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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 6:46pm

Well, of course she can decide not to finish taking the quiz. I gave her a valid suggestion of what to do if she was "stuck".


Isn't it nice to have both options?

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 6:48pm
No apologies needed. I just wanted to explain why I was so vague. The book my neighbor lent me was called "The Five Love Languages of Children" or something like that. My son was about 6 when I finally read/skimmed it, but it might be useful for an older kid.