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I still go once a week. We have such an amazing library system here and 2 of the newest buildings are close to my home. They have comfortable furniture groupings with huge windows, separate rooms for small children and another one for teens, all equipped with their own computers. There are study rooms and an internet café where you can buy snacks and drinks. Then of course, there is the assortment of movies, music and magazines in addition to all the books. Great place to take the kiddos, too. Smile
Maryann

"Drink your tea slowly and reverently..."
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What a great sounding library, Maryann!  If I had access to something like that around here, I'd go weekly, too!
Daphne
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#18
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Great stuff in that article, thanks for posting!
Vicci

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OMG, talk about taking after the side-tracked sister! Alina, I'm sorry we got so off the track with your post! Can you tell I get easily distracted???

Fabulous article, great ideas. Thanks for posting. Smile

ETA: Just wanted to add....What an interesting idea to make your own vegetable bouillon! I will be doing this for sure.
Maryann

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#20
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we get off track and sabotage threads to easily and then we all come back around. Smile
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