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|Occupation||Wife, Momma, Daughter, Teacher, and now: Librarian|
|Interests||Reading, Writing, Poetry reciting..., Laughing, Walking, Holding hands, Talking..., Storytelling, Star-reaching, Wondering, Dreaming..., Swinging, Trampoline-ing, Looney Gooney Dancing..., Coloring, Twirling, Hugging 'n Kissing..., Singing, Rejoicing, Fireside Sitting..., Silly Face Making, Rollercoaster Riding, Traveling by armchair, Traveling by train, Flying About by chute or by plane, Wandering, Musing, Listening, Doodling... And, absolutely every chance I get - Magic Bean Buying|
|Favorite Movies||Amelie, A & E's Pride and Prejudice, Chocolat, Legend of 1900, Iron Jawed Angels, Aeon Flux, Anne of Green Gables, Strictly Ballroom, Out of Africa, Eve's Bayou, Much Ado About Nothing, Magic of Ordinary Days, Moulin Rouge, Chicago, Calendar Girls, Two Family House, Immortal Beloved, Red Violin, Home for the Holidays, Gilmore Girls, Firefly, Bride and Prejudice, Sound of Music, Sleepless in Seattle, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, I LOVE Foreign Films, Cafe Movies, Hallmark Hall of Fame, Movies that start with a voice-over narration, and Art House Movie Theaters.|
|Favorite Music||Joshua Kadison, Josh Groban, any torch singer from Etta James to Ella Fitzgerald, Ennio Morriconne, Nina Simone, Nancy Wilson, Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole and other crooners, LaVay Smith and the Red Hot Skillet Lickers, Norah Jones, John Pizarelli, Tim Janis, Toby Keith in certain moods, Movie Soundtracks|
|Favorite Books||The Hiding Place, To Kill A Mockingbird, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, 84 Charing Cross Road, Enchanted April, Mysteries of Harris Burdick, Secret Garden, Hattie Big Sky, Pride and Prejudice, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, My Antonia, Thirteenth Tale, Maisie Dobbs, Peter Pan, The Moonstone, Underfoot in Showbusiness, The Penderwicks, Joy Luck Club, Second Coming of Lucy Hatch, Isabel's Daughter, The Inn at Lake Divine, Pull of the Moon, Inkspell, Shadow of the Wind, Secret Scribbled Notebooks, Cooking for Mr. Latte, Book Lust, By the Great Horn Spoon, Winter Solstice|
What reason do you have to believe the earth is flat?
Old maps showed the borders of the world and warned, "Here there be dragons." I have met some of those dragons.