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Captain’s Log, Stardate 05.16.2006

Blog book giveaway:
My Thursday book giveaway is THE PREACHER’S DAUGHER by Lyn Cote
My Monday book giveaway is BLIND DATES CAN BE MURDER by Mindy Starns Clark.
You can still enter both giveaways. Just post a comment on each of those blog posts. On Thursday, I'll draw the winner for THE PREACHER’S DAUGHTER and post the title for another book I'm giving away. Stay tuned.

No Camy: Since I’m writing this on Monday for you East Coast people, it means I’m still writing, hoping to make my midnight deadline, which I don’t think I’m going to meet. But please keep praying for me! I might make it by midnight tomorrow night.


This was from my wedding4 1/2 years ago. This is my Grandma, and I'm wearing her grandmother's (I think it's her grandma's, maybe it's her great-grandma's) kimono.

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  1. That is such a cool picture! The kimono is beautiful -- what a treasure!!

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  2. Wow, Camy! How neat to wear such a treasured wedding kimono. I think it's so cool that you wore a traditional kimono. I LOVE traditions. BTW, your grandmother is a beautiful woman.

    P.S. You don't need to put me in for the book drawing. With the review site, I have a two foot high stack on my night stand. :o)

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  3. It's always midnight SOMEWHERE in the world. Although I think the islands are the last place to turn, or so I remember hearing from Y2K. Good luck with the deadline.

    BTW I LOVE the kimono, very beautiful. How special to wear a family heirloom. That's really cool you got that opportunity. :)

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  4. i love that pic!

    did you meet your deadline tonight? been praying for you

    love you!

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  5. What a great pic!

    Speaking of pics, there's one on my blog you might like.:)

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