Friday, October 19, 2012

4 Friday Fragments: Photos, Sports, Books


Friday Fragments is hosted my Half-Past Kissin' Time for bloggers to post a list of short things on their minds that aren't really enough for a whole post. Here we go:
  1. Photos

    Photo Editing Discovered picmonkey.com at the Creekside Cottage Note Card Party post.

    I participated in the Note Card Party blog hop this week for the first time and found lots of new blogs! This one is the third Wednesday of the month, not every week. Whew!

  2. Sports

    Love that the Detroit Tigers defeated the New York Yankees and are heading to the World Series. We are rooting for them! C'mon Tigers, go all the way.

    I am so happy the Browns finally won a game last week! Hope they can win the next two and get some momentum going in the right direction. Looks like we'll be getting another new head coach soon. Oh, and what's with the Patriots??? That was just terrible losing that game last week not holding on to their lead!!!!
  3. Not A Fan

    We are doing the Not a Fan (but committed follower) study at church which involves journaling, viewing a DVD each week and discussion. I was surprised to see the NOT A FAN on TV--on one of the religious channels at 4 a.m. on Monday. I DVRd it just to see if it was the same thing as we were doing, and it is! Have you done this study?
  4. Children's Author


    I recently discovered some wonderful children's books that I enjoyed very much too! They were by Pete the Cat! That's right, a cat. He co-authored three books with his mom, Peg Kehret that are very fun reads with suspense. I think any kid (or adult for that matter) who likes cats would absolutely love these books. They are The Stranger Next Door (about arson), Spy Cat (about burglary) and Trapped (about animal cruelty which is my favorite of the three). You can click to links for my reviews.  Both my cats highly recommend them!

Remember, tomorrow is Sweetest Day--surprise your sweetie!

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3 comments:

Lin said...

I dunno, we Sox fans are not so happy the Tigers are in it. We are huge rivals---but then again....we are sort of happy to see the Yankees out of it. It's a mixed bag.

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

thanks so much for your support of the Tigers! Being a life-long Indians fan and now living in Michigan it is bittersweet...but..."when in Rome..."

Glad the Browns won too!

Ann in the UP said...

I'm delighted with the Tigers too, of course. But I have a neighbor who has never lived anywhere but this little UP town and she's a rabid Yankee fan. Go figure!

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