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Posted on Dec 13, 2012 2:56:11 PM PST
TerryInTexas says:
If anyone is having a bit of trouble fattening their wishlist, here is a tip. Go to this link:

http://www.ereaderiq.com/search/

On the left columns, under step 2., select the category you would like to search in, like Mystery and Thrillers.

On the right, under price range, enter a From and To - like, .99 and 2.99.

Hit Search Now.

A new window at Amazon opens up with the search results.

And the updated list adding Josie...

A. Mitchell
Becky (beckygardens)
Bells-a-Jinglin'
bethcross
Bows-cay
BubbaK
Charlie-bird
Christmas Fiddler
Dog & Turtle
8 nights of light in ME
ebook addict
Elf Keeper
Every Kiss Begins With Kay(K)
fourthdaymom
Jolly Janine
Josie
Joyful Judy
Kajola
Kindlana
KY Bk Addict
Linda B
Lover of Blitzen
MerryInTexas
Mo
New Mom
Nospin
OregonDreaming Of A Dry Christmas
PoinsKETTiA
Ribbon
Scarlett859
SilvaraWilde
smurphy
Snowlady Sandy Shops
Special ed teacher
Sugarplummed Suze
Twas The Night

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 2:58:34 PM PST
I have read The Chrismas Bus and Christmas at Harrington's.......I liked them both alot and just got the Christmas Shoppe.

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 4:00:33 PM PST
C Hayes says:
4Nbahu...I think it was you who posted the Grasshopper cookie recipe. I just tried them yesterday, absolutely DELICIOUS! I'm going to have to give those away quickly or I will eat them all! Thanks for the recipe!

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 4:07:09 PM PST
S. King says:
Me too, me too she said- I wanna play
Secret Santa dressed in white and red.
To gift fine folks all over the world
Something good to read- in return
For all the charming commentary
That she' s viewed upon this thread!
Yes please add my name to the ever growing list, and thank you. :)

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 4:10:25 PM PST
C Hayes says:
Please add me to the secret santa list also :)

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 4:28:54 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 13, 2012 4:30:12 PM PST
And the updated list adding S. King and C. Hayes.....

A. Mitchell
Becky (beckygardens)
Bells-a-Jinglin'
bethcross
Bows-cay
BubbaK
Charlie-bird
C. Hayes
Christmas Fiddler
Dog & Turtle
8 nights of light in ME
ebook addict
Elf Keeper
Every Kiss Begins With Kay(K)
fourthdaymom
Jolly Janine
Josie
Joyful Judy
Kajola
Kindlana
KY Bk Addict
Linda B
Lover of Blitzen
MerryInTexas
Mo
New Mom
Nospin
OregonDreaming Of A Dry Christmas
PoinsKETTiA
Ribbon
Scarlett859
SilvaraWilde
S. King
smurphy
Snowlady Sandy Shops
Special ed teacher
Sugarplummed Suze
Twas The Night

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 4:34:01 PM PST
KayKay says:
@ LOB - thanks for the story of the true spirit of Christmas (& the great start)

My grandmother turned 89 on Monday and it is so hard for me to imagine all the changes that she has seen in her life. But she has told stories of the years when she would receive a stem of raisins, an orange and a stick of peppermint for Christmas. Always grateful for whatever treats were received and told with smiles on her face and in her heart.

Welcome and happy hugs to the posters coming out. Happy to see you all.

Still looking for an update on baby Jessy; anyone have any news???

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 4:57:16 PM PST
This might come in handy for some of us......
The Home Baking Guide to Substituting and Measuring (In the Pantry Baking Standards)

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 5:03:26 PM PST
Lyn says:
You wouldn't have me in mind would you SSS? :)

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 5:04:16 PM PST
This looks good for people with kids or grandkids...
God Gave Me You (A Picture Book For Young Children And Their Parents)

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 5:08:29 PM PST
Just Peachy says:
I just sent an email to join in secret santa too.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 5:15:59 PM PST
Lyn says:
Pat
Glad to know you are back. Thought maybe you gave into the urge to do something to your co-worker :)

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 5:19:49 PM PST
Just Peachy says:
lol I've been around

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 5:20:52 PM PST
And the updated list adding S. King and C. Hayes and Pat the Peachy Elf

A. Mitchell
Becky (beckygardens)
Bells-a-Jinglin'
bethcross
Bows-cay
BubbaK
Charlie-bird
C. Hayes
Christmas Fiddler
Dog & Turtle
8 nights of light in ME
ebook addict
Elf Keeper
Every Kiss Begins With Kay(K)
fourthdaymom
Jolly Janine
Josie
Joyful Judy
Kajola
Kindlana
KY Bk Addict
Linda B
Lover of Blitzen
MerryInTexas
Mo
New Mom
Nospin
OregonDreaming Of A Dry Christmas
Pat the Peachy Elf
PoinsKETTiA
Ribbon
Scarlett859
SilvaraWilde
S. King
smurphy
Snowlady Sandy Shops
Special ed teacher
Sugarplummed Suze
Twas The Night

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 5:25:54 PM PST
Our list is getting so long.......It's nice to know that we have such careing, loving , thoughtful friends from all over the world.....

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 5:27:58 PM PST
You did come to mind but also when we get a reicipe posted from one of our dear friends from overseas that use different measuring......
Did you get it?

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 5:28:11 PM PST
Courtney says:
Sss that book is super cute. We read it tonight.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 5:29:18 PM PST
Every Kiss begins with kay,,,,,, I sure hope that no news is good news....

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 5:30:37 PM PST
Courtney, It's the teacher in me....
I really have a weakness for good childrens books...

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 5:40:00 PM PST
KayKay says:
@Snowlady Sandy Shops - My grandson 02 is 74 and he is in respiratory distress with breathing treatments every 4 hrs. His oxygen has been low for a while and is a major daily stress. That 40- 02 level for baby jessy has me praying hard for him/her. I wonder if he/she has a heart defect like my baby does?

Guess I just keep praying and hoping for the best. Thanks for the heads up on the book, just sent it to gd tablet for bedtime reading :)

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 5:52:20 PM PST
I have been so blessed that my son now 33 years old has never had anything more than a cold or the flu.....No broken bones, never needed stiches or anything like that.....
I really feel for parents and grandparents when their little ones are so sick... Hope for speedly recoveries for all...

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 5:54:23 PM PST
Cluny says:
Oregon
As a fellow suffer of seasonal depression compounded by a brain imbalance that is responsible for regular depression, I get it. Some people don't realize that depression is a medical imbalance just like a diabetic lack sufficient insulin, most depressives have an imbalance of certain brain chemicals. All that I can say to you, is, take care of yourself, do things that make you happy and consider , if you do not use one already, try a lamp with a SAD bulb(google on internet SAD bulbs or SAD lamps). While not a cure all, it seems to help me, personally. People on this forum are here to listen....even this primarily lurker.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 6:25:08 PM PST
bethcross says:
Thanks sweetie! I appreciate it - and a gentle reminder as we get close to time would be great, too!
I am very absent-minded with all the personal, work and holiday stuff!

Posted on Dec 13, 2012 6:28:27 PM PST
JudyD says:
Just checking your posts before crashing and see so many posts on depression and seasonal depression. When I just read Cluny's post to Oregon, I though I might clarify a few things for some of the readers here who may not recognize these terms or abbreviations and might want to research them, especially if they suspect a family member or friend may have a problem. SAD is the abbreviation for Seasonal Affective Disorder - and it is a VERY real problem for our family and friends, especially those who live in the northern regions where there is less sun light than where I live here in South Florida. The good news is that for SOME who suffer, exposure to a special form of a sun lamp can be quite helpful for those specific problems. It does help many.

Teaching in sunny South Florida to prospective medical transcriptionists and coders about medical diseases, as well as anatomy and physiology, this is one of the psychological concepts that some of my students have had problems wrapping their head around, as most have grown up here or come from the Caribbean islands, and have never heard of this. Those are the students, if they make a smart comment, who are assigned THAT condition to research and present to the class. Mean old teacher :) Almost all in the class come away with a new appreciation for depression and other disorders covered in that chapter.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2012 6:47:52 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 13, 2012 6:50:37 PM PST
@Cluny - You sound like my original diagnosing Dr. about the inability of my brain to create the correct chemicals needed. When that diagnosis was made, I was in my 40's and assumed that everyone felt the same way I did. I always thought those happy, bubbly people had to be on drugs. (woodstock era ...grin)
I have considered getting a SAD lamp ... especially since I live in the dreary, grey PNW. Might be a good idea to check that out more now that you say it has helped you. Hearing that something actually works helps me make a decision, I know they have them at Costco at a fairly reasonable price.

Marilyn

ETC removed question that you had already answered if I had paid attention... lol
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