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My name is Rachel, I live in California, I'm 40, married for 15 years to Sean and have two dogs. My hobbies are my dogs Leo & Ferny, hiking, exploring, enjoying life.

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These Canyons are Full of Ghosts ~ Emmett C. Harder
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood ~ Rebecca Wells
The Field ~ Lynne McTaggart
Unfinished Tales ~ J.R.R. Tolkien
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance ~Robert M. Pirsig

The Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life ~ Thomas Moore, April 29, 2005
Nine Princes in Amber ~ Roger Zelazny, April 18, 2005
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Quilter's Apprentice ~ Jennifer Chiaverini, March 21, 2005
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Eye of the World ~ Robert Jordan, March 14, 2005


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March 24, 2008

Final 13

I am on the final 13 movies on the AFI best pic's list! I actually have two queued up to watch. I will likely watch one tonight. But in any case, here are the final 13:

1. The Graduate
2. Chinatown (queued)
3. Midnight Cowboy
4. The Birth of a Nation
5. A Streetcar Named Desire
6. A Clockwork Orange
7. Taxi Driver (queued)
8. Rebel Without a Cause
9. The Manchurian Candidate
10. City Lights
11. The Deer Hunter
12. The Wild Bunch
13. Giant

March 09, 2008

Soup Day!

I am calling today "Soup Day". Two reasons. 1. It's windy and cold out. What happened to our warm days? Poo. 2. I made soups! Zero Point Soup and Red Lentil soup. I make ZPS often so no biggie there. But the Red Lentil soup is a new one. I got the recipe out of my Vegetarian Times Magazine. We'll see how it turns out. Smeeelllllllsssss delish though. *yummmmy*

March 04, 2008

AFI 100 Best

Wow, I am almost done with the list. Only 15 more films left. These are going to have to be rented though, I'm sure. They aren't the kinds of films that will be broadcast over satellite. Here's the final 15.
1. Lawrence Of Arabia (Ok, I actually have this one DVR'd but it's four hours long! I'll get to it)
2. The Graduate
3. Chinatown
4. Midnight Cowboy
5. The Birth of a Nation (silent)
6. A Streetcar Named Desire
7. A Clockwork Orange
8. Taxi Driver
9. Rebel without a Cause
10. The Manchurian Candidate
11. City Lights (silent)
12. The Deer Hunter
13. The Wild Bunch
14. Giant
15. Goodfellas (I can borrow this one from my dad)

March 03, 2008

Lost some work


I got an email from one of the people I work for and have been cut back by half my time. That sucks :( But sucks more that their situation that causes me to have to cut back. *sigh*

On a much brighter note - I had a very long telephone call with a dear friend I have not been in touch with since about mid 2001! I've missed this friend *so* much. I'm thrilled to have talked with her again *starry eyes* I hope we all can get together soon.

March 02, 2008

Sooo much to do!

Busy busy!

It seems like I have so much to do and not enough time. Or maybe I am mismanaging my time. Oftentimes I am having a particular medical problem that lays me out. So on the days I feel good I'm off and running trying to catch up. Which lands me back in trouble.

Yesterday I did do something that was on the ToDo list. I love that. I love the big ole thick line that indicates DONE. Went to Big Bear to pick up some free rugs. They are beautiful! Sage green with white borders. Someone was giving them away. They work perfectly in the downstairs hall.

The Movie list is slowly being chipped away. We saw "Marathon Man" last night. It was on the Top 100 Action films, I think. Anyway, it was good. Very entertaining. There are 17 left to view on that list. Today I will DVR another one - Lawrence of Arabia.

I want so badly to get outside and start work in the yards. But it's still a little too cold. And too snowy. And I just know we have a lot more "weather" to go through before it's really time to start. I'm collecting egg shells for the garden though. The seedlings are doing well. But even if I do have any problems with them, this early I should be able to start over. I am losing hope that the cukes, brussel sprouts, oregano and amaranthus will grow. The seeds are just so old and nothing is coming up yet.

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