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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Thu, 07-15-2010 - 1:43am
Yes, to each his own, certainly.

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Thu, 07-15-2010 - 1:42am
LOL

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Erica Jong

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 9:17pm

i couldn't get

 

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 8:29pm

<<LOL, thanks. I may not know my "love language," but I still have a good idea what dh would think of such a quiz. I did well compared to how he would do.>>


I love how we're all so different. Dh enjoyed the quiz -- and we both got through it more than easily.

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 7:56pm
I think there must be seven love languages. Mine is Reaaly Barbed Sarcasm. DH gets all hot nd bothered by a woman who can exude Well-Aimed Scorn.
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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 6:53pm
LOL, thanks. I may not know my "love language," but I still have a good idea what dh would think of such a quiz. I did well compared to how he would do.

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Wed, 07-14-2010 - 6:50pm
Thanks for the clarification.

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Erica Jong

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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.
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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 - 6:18pm
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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