It's that time of year again, where we openly display all that we are thankful for. I am grateful every day for the life I live. Here is a little list of thanks....
I am thankful for my health, strength, and intelligence
I am thankful for my family, near and far
I am thankful that my brother is coming home from Iraq soon!
I am thankful that I got to spend 23 years with my father
I am thankful to my friends, near and far, who have seen me through thick and thin
I am thankful to my wonderful partner who loves me no matter what
I am thankful to the people I work for and their children for giving me love and laughter
I am thankful for my "babies", Sammy and Amber
And I am thankful for all of my wonderful readers and customers who make my dreams come true every day!
Hello, readers! I am so sorry for my absence of late. Time has run away with me and left me with little to spare in the last few weeks. I have recently been very inspired by a blog called Rowdy Kittens and am in the process of streamlining my life and belongings. I started with purging old cards and pictures, some furniture, clothing, and am now moving onto books. I have many books, due to a long book-buying phase, and yet, I never read a book twice. I am ready to get rid of (most) of my books now, and clear some space in my life.
All books listed below are $9 (including shipping in the U.S. only). All are used, but in great condition. If you are interested, email me at chandler.catherine (at) gmail (dot) com and I'll send you an invoice via PayPal. I will keep this open for two weeks, until December 8, before giving them to goodwill.
Special Occasions by Martha Stewart (Great ideas for DIY special occasions)
Yoga for Women by Shakta Khalsa
Salad Days by Marcel Desaulniers
Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine
Dear John by Nicholas Sparks (Words cannot express how good this book is. It struck me on so many levels.)
The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy
Holy Cow! by Sarah Macdonald (Fantastic true account of an Aussie's journeys within India, and could make a great travel guide)
Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri
The Unknown Errors of Our Lives by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni (Amazing story by one of my all-time favorite authors)
The Vine of Desire by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Of Marriageable Age by Sharon Maas (Another amazing story of Indian culture in America, by an astounding author)
The Speech of Angels by Sharon Maas (one of my absolute favorite books. Absolutely beautiful and heart breaking)
Peacocks Dancing by Sharon Maas
Red Azalea by Anchee Min
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See (incredible historical fiction set in China)
The Body, Photographs of the Human Form by William A. Ewing (Fantastic book full of historical images and eras in Photography)
The Tahoe Sierra by Jeffrey P. Schaffer
Desolation Wilderness and South Lake Tahoe Basin by Jeffery P. Schaffer
The Yoga Deck
The Pilates Deck
Eco Chic by Rebecca Tanqueray
Detoxify or Die by Sherry A. Rogers, M. D.
The Glass Palace by Amitav Ghosh
Please email me at chandler.catherine (at) gmail (dot) com with any questions!
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Moonstone Charm Necklace
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