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Friday, July 13, 2012


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hahaha I watch True Blood while sewing. My computer monitor is behind where I temporarily place my sewing machine on my desk for sewing. Wrt the heat, it's still freezing here in Oz so I have no idea what you're talking about XD


Glad to know I'm not the only one who's been hibernating this summer. Heather, I fantasize about retro campers FREQUENTLY. Donna, a camp-out by yourself sounds like a great idea! Maria, I'm all caught up on Mad Men and almost caught up with True Blood now--then what?? Melissa, heh, I'm sure the naked people aren't a factor at all. I haven't heard of Doomsday Book but I'll look for it.


I'm on TB4 also. Alex says he doesn't like it but whenever he walks by, he ends up sitting down for a while. I'm sure it has nothing to do with all of the sex.

Hey, speaking of plague novels, have you read Doomsday Book by Connie Willis? One of my favorites.


I'm in summer hibernation, too. I should start watching True Blood to make it official.


I've been hibernating with a set of DVDs, too, only it's Mad Men instead of True Blood! I've been in a similar summer-grouchy place, and the decadence of watching lots of TV makes me much more cheerful! To try to be slightly productive, I make myself "earn" the next episode by completing a (small, minor) cleaning task...


I also read Eartha's post and got pea-green with envy -- and I never really thought about an Alaskan cruise before, but she made it sound so cool (pun intended).

Summer, meh. I like the longer days, but I can live without everything else. I'm more of a fall/spring kind of girl.

A good TV camp-out does sound in order. The problem is, I'm not sure if the four of us could agree on what to watch. Maybe it'll just be a mom camp-out.


I'm with you. This week I've been fantasizing about retro campers and glamping at a beach or national park. And Cheez-its.

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