Last Online: June 12, 2018
Birthday: January 17
Country: United States
I love to trade postcards, read (lots of cozy mysteries and nonfiction), travel, and watch movies.
My favorite color is purple and my least favorite color is yellow. In general, I like bright, clear colors....no pastels...or warm, earthy colors.
I collect fridge magnets, apple stuff for the kitchen, small wooden boxes,Crayola brand stuff,and postcards.
I love the smell of fresh cut grass, clothes right off the line, melon and cucumber, and vanilla. White Citrus from Bath and Body Works is also a favorite!
I love all kinds of stickers! I use them on my students' papers, give them to my speech/debate team as good luck charms, and slap them on envelopes for swaps.
I am not fond of tea of any kind.
Washi tape for decorating my planner/journal.
Blank books of all kinds, handmade, store bought, decorated, plain, with prompts or without...
Local cookbooks (like church, school, junior league, girl scout troops, etcetera)
Buttons! Green (any shade), Black, White or Ivory
Small things I like to get: stickers, notecards, post-it notes, little blank books, the checkout cards from old library books, little ATC sized paper, ephemera, bookmarks, unique dangly earrings, cotton yarn, knitting notions
State Capitols (just starting my collection) State Flags Raccoons Cats Recipes/Food Theaters or Theater Themes Quotations Foreign Languages Maps of all kinds(...state, city, transit, continent!), Funny or unusual ad cards in English or another language
Artist Trading Cards, Books, Crayola, Dangly Earrings, Ephemera, Foreign Languages, Ginger, Hand cream, Inks, Journals, Kites, Little Blank Books, Muppets, Notions, Office Supplies, Postcards, Quotations, Reading, Stickers, Tchotkes, Unicorns, Valentines, Washi Tape, X-tra time, Yarns, Zentangles!!
Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a dog, it's too dark to read. ---Groucho Marx
The two most common elements in the world are Hydrogen and stupidity. ---Harlan Ellison
Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian; wine and tarragon make it French. Sour cream makes it Russian; lemon and cinnamon make it Greek. Soy sauce makes it Chinese; garlic makes it good. ---Alice May Brock
If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea. ---Antoine De St. Exupery
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