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April 25, 2008



My Summer Goals:

~I have a HUGE reading list for this summer, and I want to read as many off of that list as possible. They are mainly books on sustainable agriculture, urban gardening, and new monasticism.

~Some friends of mine at church and I are starting a small community garden, so I want to learn more about gardening and plants in general. I've lost a lot of what I used to know in high school.

~The backyard of my rental property is really overgrown and just gross. There is poison ivy, blackberry brambles, old street signs, trash, and branches all over the place. Even though it's a rental I want it to look nice! So I'm cleaning up the backyard, which is a nice break from school!

~I want to do all I need to do to be completly moved to Columbia. Address changed, voter registration changed, just the little things I haven't done because my permanent residence used to be my parents.

Those are my primary summer goals. . . I'm sure I could come up with more though :) I love goals!


Oh,I see. It's a movie reference. That went right over my head. I thought it was just something you said when you saw a parade and thought it might be fun to...well, never mind.

Joan Young/Godgrl Gomer

BTW.....what do ya want for your birthday?

Useless bit of info for ya....your birthday, Mark, is 2 days after my husband, but you are 2 years older...

Joan Young/Godgrl Gomer

Hmmmm....you being an avid reader...I think I am going to have to consult you, Dr Lee, for some snappy title suggestions for my book that I am currently writing.
I am serious!!!!

Joel Stapleton

My personal goal was to get mentioned on your blog so I am kinda good for awhile....btw, thanks for the shout out!
I'll leave you with this weeks "Movie Quote Monday"
"All you can handle, bro."


Pink sparkly covers? Like "Pinkalicious"? My 5 yr old Princess also highly recommends the Fancy Nancy series and Knuffle Bunny. For your daughter, not you... ;>


OF COURSE it's a dazed and confused reference! For future reference, if you see something on my blog and think it's an obscure movie reference, it is...

Seth Reese

"It would be a lot cooler if you did."
Is this a Dazed and Confused quote? Cause that would be cool.

Rose R

Lots of goals, just not sure if there's enough time.

...in addition to the usual little girl books with pink sparkly covers...

That's so sweet!

God bless!

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      R.E.M.: Accelerate CD/DVD
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      The Rolling Stones: Shine a Light: Original Soundtrack
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