Saturday, October 25, 2008


can be any
take a moment for
invite a friend
for tea. Relax

Friday, October 24, 2008

I love these Turkey cookies I bought cutter and attempted but mine did not turn out so good. I think there is a secret to type of icing used.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Nicholas Sparks does it again

What a tear jerk er!. I love to read the book first then see the movie.
The book is fabulous. I stayed up til 2:00am I could not put it down.
I love Diane Lane I hope the movie is as good as the book.
P.S. It is in theatres now. So get reading

Sunday, October 19, 2008

The Wednesday Letters

Well I have just finished another good book. An easy read one that you don't want to put down. Definitely a "true" love story one that will inspire you in many ways.
I hope that you will all read this.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

La Passeggiata

As evening falls, it's time to put away your guidebook and fanny pack and join in the long-standing Italian tradition of the passeggiata, when Romans turn out in their thousands for a leisurely stroll through the streets and piazzas of the city's principal commercial districts. While there's nothing wrong with dressing like a tourist for the day's sightseeing, you'll want to look your best for the passeggiata. That means no rumpled khakis or souvenir T-shirts, and here in the homeland of Salvatore Ferragamo, a nice pair of shoes is de rigueur. Remember, the passeggiata is not a nature hike, but highly refined urban ritual that's more about seeing and being seen than about putting one foot in front of the other. The pedestrian zone along Via Condotti from Piazza di Spagna to the Via del Corso is perhaps the most popular venue, but strollers also congregate in and around the Piazza Navona, and across the river in Trastevere, a former working-class neighborhood lately reinvented as a trendy nightlight district. Wherever you go, make a point of slowing down your pace, and don't forget to stop along the way for a gelato or glass of wine, preferably at a sidewalk table where you can watch the passing parade.

Reuseable Shopping Bags

Please remember to bring your own bag to the grocery store.

Don't forget to support Breast Cancer Awareness month and buy your "pink" m&m's.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Doctor, Doctor Re: Women's Issues I have found a great Bioidentical Hormone Doctor here in FL. I am doing the saliva test next week , so i will be your guinea pig and keep you informed how it goes, feel free to share stories with us girls!!! Kate

New Friends Booksight!!!!!
Hi All,
I have come across a new source to order
used, out of print and 1st edition books.
A local gal in Ft. Myers, has her own website
through Amazon, to sell these great books.
below is her website address, please check
it out:
Hi Kate,Here is the link to my 'store'. * I give special discounts to local people
and can arrange to refund shipping if they
can pick up from me. Thanks for your interest! ~ Valli VALLAMAR

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Belinda's Mosaic Table Top
Belinda took lessons to do mosaic's
in Sarasota......what a another great
way to recycle and have a creative
out let at the same time!!!!!!

Movies, Movies, Movies!!!
For all you NET Flickers.......
here is a great list of movies to ck out.
1) Ave Montaigne (French)
2)The Dog Problem
3) Off the Black (Nick Nolte)
4) Friends with Money (Linda and i saw this
independant film a few yrs ago, but its a great
chick flick to ck out again, or for the first time
if you havent seen it!!!
Happy Movie watching.
did any one ever see "the Women" ?
Anna and i tryed this weekend but we
never made it.

Monday, October 6, 2008

k and g bookclub

Hi, Well, im finally getting around to telling you the purpose gina and i started the k and g bookclub. we thought it would be fun to swap books that we enjoyed reading. we would have a bookclub on line for those of us who dont have time to attend a bookclub at a friends house. so here goes. I read a book and then go on line to our blog and review it , i then list it as avaiable for anyone one of our readers to read. You let us know which book you like to read and we mail or lend it to you. then you go on line to our blog and do the same, you can mail a book any where in the U>S> for $1.51. now thats cheaper than buying a new book. Then you list your books you have on line to us and review them. and on and on and here we go!!! Ready, set, Read.