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TagsFiction (913), Series (570), Read (565), Donated (485), Used (266), HB (182), New (124), MM (107), Non Fiction (90), Awesome UK (67) — see all tags

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Hiya, I've posted some pics of Taji with the blue starfish in the Cat Toy Hunting thread & you should check them out :) He's so cute & it makes me so happy to see him having so much fun! Thank you again :)
I got my present & thank you its lovely :)
Oh I wondered about all that pretty tissue paper - but I obviously didn't dig deep enough into the box coz I didn't find anything else, but the box is still sitting inside my back door so I'll check it when i get home tonight :)
Well my boy was suitably impressed! To be honest I was worried that the new one's wouldn't smell the same as his old fave & he might ignore them like he does most toys, but his eyes went all big & black as soon as he saw the one I opened (2 are away in the cupboard til this one dies) & we happily played with it still attached to the wand for a bit, then I detached it & he more than happily wandered around the house with it in his mouth, sometimes throwing it up in the air then playing soccer with it - & then dropping it at my feet for a game of fetch :) Tilly was a bit put out that he got presents & she didn't - she waled of & hunched in a corner while we were playing, but she got over it pretty quick :)

I'm so happy I managed to find these & that you were willing to help me out with postage!

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Taji's toys arrived today! Its great timing coz it means I got birthday mail at work :)

Cant wait to get home & see how he reacts!

Thankyou Again! :)
Oh Yay :) So looking forward to getting them :)
How exciting! They are cute aren't they! If you can find a way to send them with the wands that is not expensive then that'd be great, but they aren't the important part so if its tricky or expensive don't worry about taking them off :)
No Worries - & dont be sorry for having your nose in a book all wknd :)
Hi, The order was shipped over the weekend & I've just emailed you the tracking info in case you want it :)
Oh that's seriously lovely of you! I know its unlikely, but if there's ever anything in Aus you want that you can't get over there - let me know & I'll return the favour :)

I'll place the order tomorrow & let you know when its done :)

Thank you again :)
Thank you so much for offering to help with the cat toy hunt, I really appreciate it! I know its a lot of effort for something that might seem a bit silly, but if you saw how cute my boy is with his starfish then you'd understand :)

I'm not 100% on how best to proceed, I guess what I need is your address so I can place the order & get it delivered to you?

Then once you get it & know exactly what the cost will be to send it on, I'll need a way to pay you whatever you have to pay to post it to me. Do you have paypal? Or I can direct deposit to your bank - whatever would work best for you :)

& there is no rush :)

Thankyou again for offering to help!
Until now I didn't realize how public my library was and is!!! :) For those of you who enjoy surfing library's, my reviews were/are for me only, if and when I need mental probing. Thus the reason that you might not find the reviews as a true summary. I have found that writing and speaking are very different. Hopefully I speak better than I write. Sorry :) I got into the librarything by accident. Initially my son-in-law helped me design my own data base. One day he suggested that I go 'world-wide', primarily for my own travels and access. I was so excited when I found librarything. I tried a couple of others, and decided that librarything was the way to go [though I wish they came up with a better way for logging periodicals and journals]. Only about half of my library is posted [books and periodicals that I personally own but may not necessarily read in totality]... we hit a snag in completing my library on line ... though it is still in the works. My posted library doesn't include the hundreds of digital books in my Logos account.
Thank you for the comment about my Likeness review. I really appreciate Tana French's writing style. Glad to meet another appreciating reader. If you haven't read Faithful Place yet, I highly recommend it. It may be the best out of the 3.
First of all, thank you for the kind thoughts--the prayers and gentle words from friends and strangers are keeping us aloft during this odyssey. We keep telling folks who ask that this is going to be a long haul -- not just for our family, but the whole community. A week's worth of CNN publicity doesn't do it justice.

We've had plenty of first-response assistance from church and friends for basic necessities, but only a few friends know that, in my world, reading material counts :)

My taste tends to run a little toward cleanish no-brainers and cozies, but if you have anything in your giveaways that run that direction, recommendations would be greatly appreciated!


GG Mathis

Just a note to let you know that your copy of Identity: Lost by Pascal Marco is shipping today via USPS. I'm sure you will enjoy it.

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Thank you for entering the Library Thing Early Reviewer giveaway!

Just happened to see your comment on the ER March Received thread. I also got a copy of The Fifth Witness and I have to agree with you 100% about them miscasting the role of Haller in the film. Matthew McConaughey is great but he's not Micky Haller. I think I may take a miss on the movie. The book is almost always better anyway!
thanks for the kind words.
Ahh, this is the recipe. I ws wondering which one you were talking about! Enjoy Christmas!

I kind of lost the scone thread, so thought I would post it here for you so that you can find it! They are yummmmmm!

In case you haven't baked biscuits, take them out when they look cooked, NOT when they feel cooked. Biscuits firm up as they cool. Hope I am not telling you what you already know, but I personally would prefer to know the tricks than not!!

Anzac Biscuits

1 cup (90g) rolled oats (NOT quick cooking oats)
2/3 (50g) shredded coconut (I used dessicated)
1 cup 9150g) pl flour
¾ cup (165g) castor sugar
125g unsalted butter
2 tbl golden syrup
2 tbl boiling water
1 ½ tsp bicarb soda
1 tsp vanilla extract

1. Preheat oven 160oC. Line a couple of large baking trays with baking paper and set aside. In a large bowl, thoroughly mix together the oats, coconut, flour and sugar.

2. Put the butter and golden syrup into small saucepan over low heat and warm them, stirring occasionally, until the butter has melted. Remove the pan from the heat. Add the boiling water and bicarb and stir them briefly, be careful as this will froth. Pour the buttery liquid into the oat mixture along with the vanilla extract. Quickly stir the two together until they’re thoroughly combined.

3. Roll the sticky dough into walnut-sized balls, flatten the slightly and sit them at least 5cm apart on the prepared baking trays.

4. Bake for 16-20 mins or until the biscuits are deep golden brown but still soft, them remove them from the oven. (its’ a good idea to rotate the oven trays halfway through the cooking process to ensure they cook evenly). Leave them to cool on the trays for a few minutes, then carefully transfer them to wire racks to cool completely. They keep well in an airtight container.

This is from “mix and bake” by Belinda Jeffrey….a beautiful baking book if ever there was one!!
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