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Monday, October 13, 2008

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Nan Ondra

I *love* this idea, Linda, being a list-maker myself. And what a glorious home for your card collection, as well as your other treasures. I still miss those cabinets every time I visit a library. Thanks for sharing your idea!

LINDA FROM EACH LITTLE WORLD

Thanks, Nan! I've learned to love accessing my public library's collection on line but I agree with you: I still miss all those beautiful old cabinets. We just got a new branch library, but it is so modern that I'm having trouble warming up to it — not enough wood surfaces for my taste.

Mr. McGregor's Daughter

You are way too organized for me to emulate, but I do like the idea of making a plant catalog. I was going to get started on that this winter, but Spring Fling plans got in the way.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

MMD— I can imagine Spring Fling got in the way! I will see how well I do this year. I seem to be spending a lot of time on the blog, but it hasn't been too much of a problem since it's winter. Blogging, gardening and staying on top of both will be interesting come spring.

Gardening Seeds

Nice colection... too organized

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