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Judy Miller

I did not know that Meijer had this line of products. Thanks for letting me know. I too am missing Mackinaw Island. My daughter and her husband are going there this weekend for the Lilac Festival AND they DID NOT invite me--they did however want to know if I would like to baby sit the 3 kids for a day and a night. Daughter said she'd bring me back some fudge. Baby sitting 3 kids? She better bring me fudge and a t-shirt and.............


I have so been saying that I'm going to join a writing group at the local B&N but have yet to do so. Good for you!! Now get to work, I love reading true crime and look forward to finding your compilation of short stories at the book store!
P.S. Who wouldn't be excited about ice cream cake? Give Mia time and you won't be able to get her off the bike. I used to want to sleep with mine in my bedroom.


Lisa, the ice cream sounds delectable.

Mia's love affair with her Birthday ice cream cake made me laugh. I remember a gift from my 7th birthday. I ripped the paper off and what? To my joy, it was a box of delectable chocolate covered cherries; I thought.

Well, my Mom never let me have candy, so you can imagine how excited I was. You can also imagine my disappointment when I found the box contained something else entirely. Don't you just hate when that happens?


Oh, and as far as True Crime? Paris Hilton has been assigned to "house arrest" with an electronic ankle bracelet after refusing to eat jail food.

Now that's a crime.


You said it, Nadine! LOL

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  • Edward Ugel: Money For Nothing
    Subtitled, One Man's Journey Through The Dark Side Of Lottery Millions. (****)
  • Susan Braudy: This Crazy Thing Called Love
    The true story behind the Billy Woodward shooting, the case on which Dominick Dunne based his novel, The Two Mrs. Grenvilles. (*****)
  • Matt Birbeck: A Beautiful Child
    True story about the mysterious life and death of a young woman who's real identity still remains unclear. Excellent read. (****)
  • Richard Yates: Revolutionary Road
    A novel about the alienation arising from living in the "perfect" suburbs. Hailed as a great literary book. I thought it was okay, at best. (**)
  • Annie Proulx: Close Range, Wyoming Stories
    A collection of lyrical short stories from Annie Proulx that contains Brokeback Mountain among other gems. (****)
  • John Grisham: The Innocent Man
    I can only quote from the jacket blurb: "If you believe that in America you are innocent until proven guilty, this book will shock you. If you believe in the death penalty, this book will disturb you. If you believe the criminal justice system is fair, this book will infuriate you." A must read. (*****)
  • Nancy Caldwell Sorel: The Women Who Wrote The War
    Fascinating look at women journalists at the front during WWII. (****)
  • Jack Olsen: Charmer
    Riveting true crime by a master. (****)
  • Ann Rule: Too Late To Say Good Bye
    Excellent telling of the Bart Corbin cases. (****)
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    Ehhh. Better than the back of a cereal box, I guess. (**)