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Kaitlin & I went to another Goodwill store today looking for more hoodies & sweatshirts for her. Had no luck finding any clothes, but I did buy 4 more books (for $6!!!):

Free Fall by Fern Michaels
She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb
Killer Smile by Lisa Scottoline
Dead Ringer by Lisa Scottoline

I've read books by both Scottoline and Michaels, but I'm new to Wally Lamb. I think this was actually an Oprah selection, but I'm not sure. If you've read it, let me know if you liked it.


Kaitlin and I are spending our last few hours hanging out together before she heads back to Manhattan. I'll see her again two weeks from today because we're headed to Topeka to see Daughtry on the 19th. We had China Go for lunch. She's been craving chinese food since there isn't much to choose from in Manhattan. It was yummy, but I had enough left for Corby's dinner!


We are headed to the memorial service for our friend Dennis tonight...


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