Archives for: October 2009


  12:24:00 am, by Airycat   , 93 words  
Categories: Updates

Recipes Added

I don't update this site nearly enough, and half the time I forget to update the Updates when I do. :roll: I added some more recipes and fixed the links from the Kitchen page of my website. As I remember and have time, I will be getting more photograp… more »


  12:34:00 am, by Airycat   , 514 words  
Categories: Chitchat, Projects

This 'n' That

Saturday I spent the whole afternoon looking for the right pipes for the dryer vent. Apparently most people go with the accordion pipes, but the one I always see recommended is the regular tin pipe. Finally, at Ace Hardware, I finally found someone who… more »


  06:10:00 pm, by Airycat   , 27 words  
Categories: Book Reviews, Fiction

Zapped by Carol Higgins Clark

Good, light read. No unnecessary romantic element and lots of humor (very good!). No mystery, but it was good suspense. Over all, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. more »


  06:21:00 pm, by Airycat   , 52 words  
Categories: Book Reviews, Fiction

Moonlight Becomes You by Mary Higgins Clark

Not bad. I thought the romance was contrived, but the mystery was good. I suspected the guilty party, but Clark kept me guessing right up until it was revealed in the story. The story felt more dated than it actually was, which I suspect is due to Clark… more »


  06:00:00 pm, by Airycat   , 60 words  
Categories: Book Reviews, Biography, Memoir

Ten Degrees of Reckoning by Hester Rumberg

A sad, yet remarkable, true story. One of the reasons for writing this were to make people aware of Maritime issues. The book does this without being boring to a non-sailor/cruiser. The writing is simple and clear, and without sensationalism. Rumberg… more »
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