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    Slightly off topic: my mom would recycle greeting cards given to her. She'd scratch out the original message and write her on and pass them on in the original envelopes too. Yep, she'd scratch out the names on those too! Hahahaa! I loved those cards.

    Lost her thirteen years ago July 17th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadamMack View Post
    Slightly off topic: my mom would recycle greeting cards given to her. She'd scratch out the original message and write her on and pass them on in the original envelopes too. Yep, she'd scratch out the names on those too! Hahahaa! I loved those cards.

    Lost her thirteen years ago July 17th.
    (((M.M)))
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    Im reading The Dark Half

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    I am re-reading The Stand(uncut version). I love this story but I wish Uncle Steve had not changed the time to the nineties...because it seems to be just like the time he wrote it.

    As we change and grow, we sometimes grow out of novels...does anyone understand what I mean here? What pleased me ten years ago, seems a little silly to me today.

    I still enjoy this story very very much. He outdid himself here. One thing was different with me though. Before ,I thought the sun shined out of Mother Abigal's arse. It is not so with this reading. She sorta gets on me nerves. Enough with the bible already....and I am a Christian...sheesh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by king family fan View Post
    Thats actually the one I got for free tonight and its signed. but of course to someone else.
    You can always change your name.

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    Crime and Punishment, Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Very emotionally draining.

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    Very well written but goodness . . .it is real deep.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jake R View Post
    Crime and Punishment, Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Very emotionally draining.

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    Re read of Salem's Lot. Preparing for the easter eggs in Doctor Sleep.

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    I feel you on Mother Abigail, Star. I have to be honest, I wasn't that taken with her. I believe in God . . .but I don't care for people that recite verses throughout their daily lives. It makes me feel as if they are trying to prove their faith to themselves. I have a lot family members like that and they irk me. These same people are always talkin' 'bout how the devil is out to get them --I know of their devilish acts. I'm no angel, but I do know how to treat people well and I also know that I don't need a bible verse to teach me how.

    Nick Andros was and will always be my favorite.

    Quote Originally Posted by staropeace View Post
    I am re-reading The Stand(uncut version). I love this story but I wish Uncle Steve had not changed the time to the nineties...because it seems to be just like the time he wrote it.

    As we change and grow, we sometimes grow out of novels...does anyone understand what I mean here? What pleased me ten years ago, seems a little silly to me today.

    I still enjoy this story very very much. He outdid himself here. One thing was different with me though. Before ,I thought the sun shined out of Mother Abigal's arse. It is not so with this reading. She sorta gets on me nerves. Enough with the bible already....and I am a Christian...sheesh.

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