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Month: September 2012


It’s the Trivia Lovers Guide for Free Fridays at Barnes & Noble

I love free Nook Fridays on the Barnes and Noble Blog!   Free Fridays: The Trivia Lover’s Guide to the World by JeremyCesarec 12 hours ago Categories: Free Fridays   This week we’re taking a break from the world of fiction, and offering a fun, fact-filled compendium: The Trivia Lover’s Guide to the World by Gary Fuller. There’s no doubt that most […]

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Life as I know it

I was just emailing my friend that adulthood isn’t what we thought it was going to be.  Like most of my friends I did what was expected or I should say ‘supposed’ to do (as my parent’s told me ALL the time growing up).  That I should go to college, be ‘good’, get married/have a […]

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KATIE COURIC & I ARE Living in the moment

You just never know what life will bring you.  When I first heard about Aimee Copeland’s zipline accident this summer and her contracting the flesh-eating bacteria well it was scary.  I just can’t imagine the difficult decisions that had to be made for her to survive, and the emotional cost.  I thought who wouldn’t be […]

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Fashion Forward with Katie!

I’m 50 not DEAD! Fashion is for every age not just the pretty young things in the fashion magazines.  One of the great things about Katie Couric is that she’s always been fashionable and stylish, but age appropriate. She has a new daytime talk show premiering today Monday, September 10, 2012 that will be broadcast live from […]

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Designer Con 2012 is coming to Pasadena

I’m very excited to be covering the 2012 D-Con in November.  Last year’s was a blast with independent artists presenting their collectibles and the opportunity to talk with them.  So grab your tickets online for $5 and meet me in Pasadena! Designer Con is an annual art and design convention that smashes together collectible toys […]

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