Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy 2009!

Wishing you all the best in the new year!

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Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Merry Christmas, the whole Christmas Season!

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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

As Seen On TV...

My name is Ann and I'm a nostalgic sap.


This is my "new to me" Kirby vac, vintage 1964. Note the rockin' attachments. Please. I paid muy extra for them.

Everything is metal!

So what if the headlight doesn't work. Shiny!

Behold the most giant, vacuum bag of awesome the free world has ever seen! It drives like a Mercedes, costs less than a plastic Dirt Devil from Target, makes me want to wear pearls, heels and a frilly apron, is friendly to the environment, smells like grandma's house...

and, a year from now when you see me out by the dumpster, beating the bag clean, remind me of all this awesomeness.

Kthxbye.

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Sunday, December 14, 2008

More Reviews for Bonded

Romance Junkies gave Bonded 4 1/2 stars, and Romantic Times gave it 4 stars!

Unfortunately, only members can read the RT review online until two months have passed, or in the magazine when it arrives in the mail. I'm not a member anymore :(

If there's anyone out there who is, and would kindly forward me the review, I'll post it here and love you 4evah. Promise!

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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Pssst, kid. I got sumpthin' for ya...

I really, really wonder who his fence is...

Man charged in theft of 77 books

Posted in News on Monday, December 8th, 2008 at 10:17 pm by Bill Devlin

Brodous J. Peterkin 48, may or may not be a bookworm, but Upper Moreland police said the Trenton man certainly is a book thief.

They have a bag of 77 books to prove it.

Peterkin was arrested Saturday in Abington after police said he fled the Barnes & Noble bookstore on Park Avenue in Willow Grove without paying for the books valued at $1,578.45.

According to police, Peterkin entered the store with an empty gray bag and walked throughout the store. A store manager became suspicious and followed Peterkin. When Peterkin left the store an alarm sounded.

Another Barnes & Noble employee told police that Peterkin got into a van with a New Jersey license plate. Abington police stopped the van on Old York Road and The Fairway, and the store employee was brought to the scene to identify Peterkin.

Peterkin was charged with a felony because he had two prior convictions for retail theft. Peterkin, who was placed in Montgomery County Prison, will have his preliminary hearing on Monday in Willow Grove.

Monday, December 08, 2008

Weekend Wackiness

Been catching up with High School friends on Facebook!

Join us and friend me if you haven't already.