Saturday, April 10, 2010

Super Saturday

"See, the trick is knowing which show you're on. You never duck into an alley with someone on Law and Order. Now if you you're on How I Met Your Mother, there only funny things happen in alleys," says the hubby, as we move from the lunch times to the television times.

If only we could know.

I'd want to be on a comedy.

Or maybe an inspirational. Certainly not Law and Order. Not a drama, for goodness sakes.

But likely I won't be on any of them. We live a rather boring life except for the children who don't seem to be able to get along this weekend. Sigh.

But my baby-free (garage sale) time, netted me way more books than my already overly full bookshelves can handle. Fifty cents each, $13.50. Not too bad for all these....

  1. The Making of England

  2. This Realm of England

  3. The Age of Aristocracy

  4. Britain Yesterday and Today (books 1-4), by C. Warren Hollister

  5. Fairy Tales of Ludwig Bechstein, Translated by Anthea Bell

  6. Junichi: A Boy of Japan, by G. Warren Schloat, Jr.

  7. Half Wild and Half Child, by Lizi Boyd

  8. The World and Africa: An Inquiry into the part which Africa has played in world history, by W.E. Burghardt Du Bois

  9. Junior Classics 2, Stories of Wonder and Magic, P.F. Collier & Son Corporation

  10. More Read to Yourself Stories: Fun and Magic, compiled by the Child Study Association of America

  11. Wheel of the Year: Living the Magical Life, by Pauline Campanelli

  12. Shakti Woman: Feeling our Fire, Healing our World, by Vicki Noble

  13. Goddess: Myths of the Female Divine, by David Leeming & Jake Page

  14. Dreaming the Dark: Magic, Sex and Politics, by Starhawk

  15. The Winter Solstice: The Sacred Traditions of Christmas, by John Matthews

  16. Women's Rituals: A Sourcebook, by Barbara G. Walker

  17. Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner, By Scott Cunningham

  18. Animal Dreams, by Barbara Kingsolver

  19. Cities Then & Now, by Jim Antoniou

  20. The Holy Book of Women's Mysteries, by Zsuzsanna Budapest

  21. Circle Round: Raising Children in Goddess Traditions

  22. Magick, Shamanism & Taoism, by Richard Herne

  23. The Science of Harry Potter, by Roger Highfield

  24. In the Beginning: An Introduction to Archeology, by Brian M. Fagan

  25. The Man Who Saved Britain: A Personal Journey into the Disturbing World of James Bond, by Simon Winder

  26. King Arthur and His Knights, by Sir James Knowles

  27. Signing Illustrated: The Complete Learning Guide, by Mickey Flodin

  28. Making Cards with Rubber Stamps, by Maggie Wright

And a pasta maker!

I'm going to try making pasta!

Tomorrow, I think. Today, I'm going to hope the children can play together for more than five minutes, because if I do anything more than that they will surely drive me crazy.

Here's hoping that the rest of you have a weekend that is either more productive or more relaxing than my own.

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