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    Archive for November, 2007

    You Say It’s Your Birthday…..

    Friday, November 30th, 2007

    Yes, yes, it’s that time of year again. Girl Living in World Devoid of Shame is here to announce HER BIRTHDAY IS TOMORROW!
    OK. Sorry. Can’t do the whole writing-about- self-in-third-person thing. But I’m giddy, as always, when the first of December approaches. Much debauchery planned, all of it in the highest order of good. In […]

    A New Kind of Music Box

    Thursday, November 29th, 2007

    I’m hooked on yet another free internet service. Thanks to my co-worker, Nate - a man with a vast knowledge of where surfing the net may take your board, if you will - I have discovered
    “Create your own radio station,” it prompts. That only plays the music you want to hear. […]

    Twenty-six days

    Wednesday, November 28th, 2007

    Last week, I accidentally went into a Wal-Mart on Black Friday.
    I bet half of you are thinking, what was she doing? The other half of you are thinking, what did you buy?
    The world seems to fall into two distinct camps when it come to Black Friday shopping. People either love it and prove […]

    A Week In A Life

    Tuesday, November 27th, 2007

    ~The mind of a mystery writer is a scary place…
    One of the various jobs I’ve taken on lately has me working at my favorite haunt—Borders. The people are great, the books motivating, the benefits a necessity. Yet, whether I’m shelving, recommending books, or ringing out customers, I’m still a mystery writer through and through…a fact […]

    Frank and Nancy Sittin’ In a Tree…

    Monday, November 26th, 2007

    I was watching The Hardy Boys Nancy Drew Mysteries Season II the other day — you know, the season where The Hardy Boys team up with Nancy Drew and Bess in Transylvania, and Nancy and Frank sort of…like each other. A lot.
    I couldn’t help but notice, now that I’m old enough to no longer […]

    Turkey Talk

    Friday, November 23rd, 2007

    It will undoubtedly come as no surprise to those who know me that I’m a fan of any holiday centered on food. My approach to Thanksgiving borders on the unconventional, but let me tell you, it works.
    First, I completely reject the notion that a person must travel and be part of an enormous gathering of […]

    No, I’m Not Thankful

    Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

    I am grateful. I am appreciative. I am even pleased, contented and indebted.
    To my thesaurus.
    On this Thanskgiving Day, I am most thankful in my writerly life for my thesaurus. It is my friend when I am about to tear my hair out, trying to come up with something other than […]

    What’s in Your Wallet?

    Wednesday, November 21st, 2007

    It’s a good thing I’m a writer because it gives me an excuse for my nosiness.
    I’m a snoop.
    I don’t sneak around opening medicine cabinets on the sly (I do have some restraint), but I am always on the lookout for little revealing details that give me an insight about people and their personalities. […]

    Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway

    Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

    On my desk, beside my computer, sits a silver stone with a single word written across the middle.
    The stone, itself, sits in a purple lidded box with the inscription: feel the fear and do it anyway.
    My best friend, Heather (whom you see in the comment section of my posts most weeks), sent it to me […]

    Domestically Disabled

    Monday, November 19th, 2007

    By coincidence this is the heading on my hanging calendar for the month of November. There’s a picture of a wide-eyed girl in a tiara and fur — Mr. Thrilling bought me this calendar, and he laughs every time he walks into my office and sees it. I try not to take it personally.
    I’m actually […]