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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

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The real question is, are you sharing the cocktail recipes? Because I am always looking out for new ones.

Jennie look on http://yourneighborhoodlibrarian.blogspot.com/

I am taking no responsibility though!!
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Texas Gothic is filled with charming quirkiness, and great writing. What's there not to like with a cute cranky cowboy, tree climbing Houdini goats, Go Go Gadget Gidget girl, rump scratching cows, and a love story like a prize fight.

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