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  • AddictingGames (previously trademarked as addictinggames.com) is a gaming website that was started in 2002 by Ira Willey. It was one of the first Flash game portals, and it helped popularize both the Flash platform and casual games. AddictingGames.





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  • Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS) also known as LETSystems are locally initiated, democratically organised, not-for-profit community enterprises which provides a community information service and records transactions of members exchanging goods and services by using the currency of locally

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Let's Take the Long Way Home: A Memoir of Friendship


Let's Take the Long Way Home: A Memoir of Friendship



NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

They met over their dogs. Gail Caldwell and Caroline Knapp (author of Drinking: A Love Story) became best friends, talking about everything from their love of books and their shared history of a struggle with alcohol to their relationships with men. Walking the woods of New England and rowing on the Charles River, these two private, self-reliant women created an attachment more profound than either of them could ever have foreseen. Then, several years into this remarkable connection, Knapp was diagnosed with cancer. With her signature exquisite prose, Caldwell mines the deepest levels of devotion, and courage in this gorgeous memoir about treasuring a best friend, and coming of age in midlife. Let’s Take the Long Way Home is a celebration of the profound transformations that come from intimate connection—and it affirms, once again, why Gail Caldwell is recognized as one of our bravest and most honest literary voices.

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Amazon Best Books of the Month, August 2010: "The flaw is the thing we love." Of all the passages worthy of dog-earing (or highlighting) in Let's Take the Long Way Home (and there are many), this one is the most powerful wellspring. It captures the very thing we hope to find in friendship: a person who admires and cares for us not in spite of our flaws, but in acceptance of them, as part and parcel of who we are. For Gail Caldwell and Caroline Knapp--two intensely driven, talented writers who found in each other an uncannily similar share of life experiences and ambitions--loving the flaws became a cornerstone of their friendship. This is a beautiful story of the best things about best friends: shared rituals and private jokes, long walks (in this case, with their dearly loved dogs) and longer talks, confessions and discoveries. It would be wrong to say that their friendship ended with Caroline's unexpected death, because it so obviously lives and breathes in the rich and wonderful tapestry of stories told here. --Anne Bartholomew

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

They met over their dogs. Gail Caldwell and Caroline Knapp (author of Drinking: A Love Story) became best friends, talking about everything from their love of books and their shared history of a struggle with alcohol to their relationships with men. Walking the woods of New England and rowing on the Charles River, these two private, self-reliant women created an attachment more profound than either of them could ever have foreseen. Then, several years into this remarkable connection, Knapp was diagnosed with cancer. With her signature exquisite prose, Caldwell mines the deepest levels of devotion, and courage in this gorgeous memoir about treasuring a best friend, and coming of age in midlife. Let’s Take the Long Way Home is a celebration of the profound transformations that come from intimate connection—and it affirms, once again, why Gail Caldwell is recognized as one of our bravest and most honest literary voices.

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I am 42 today and considering my life. I was born in a hospital in Lae, Papua New Guinea, on this day in 1966. 2nd daughter to missionary parents. I spent the first eight years of my life there in PNG. It was a wonderful beginning. The middle was kind of rough, but it is improving every day!

Perhaps it is kind of silly to ask “Who am I?” at my age, but today this is what I did. -- Melody



I AM


I am a step-mother and a mother, hopelessly lost some days

because I wasn’t parented that well.

I have no compass.

I soak up ideas and solutions from others, mostly my friends, because I am afraid I will “mess up” my children. (Yes, the way I was messed up.)



I am fearful and insecure; in my core believing that I am a screw-up, a loser, a horrible friend, and an even worse mother. I am the worst in-law, daughter, sister or friend

anyone could want (except I don’t nag or bother, rather the other end of the spectrum.

I simply act like others aren’t there.)



I am an alcoholic and a child of an alcoholic

and this affects every single thought and decision that I make.



I am a writer, a thinker, a philosopher.


I make things like photographs, and gardens, and poems, and that makes me happy.

I love to share these things with others.



I am spiritual, preferring old thoughts and music to anything contemporary or new.

I am not religious, or even very faithful. But I do believe in Jesus. And I try very hard! Perhaps that is my problem …. I try. I don’t understand Grace, not really.

So on those days when my unbelief overwhelms, I entertain thoughts that can be desperate and decidedly unfaithful.



I do not let go …. I want and I need to be in control at all times,

about everything, in every way. When I am not, I feel I have failed.

Losing control personally, emotionally, mentally is one of my worst crimes.



Don’t get me wrong, I know I am not all bad.

I am thoughtful. I am usually open and honest with others, when asked.


I take risks and try new things.


I love competition! Sports (watching), playing certain games, setting personal goals. But I'm afraid I get too into it, and at times it's not so pretty.



A long time ago, when I worked full-time, I was a visionary, a pioneer, a competent person, a leader. I was loyal and capable. I accomplished a lot.

Surely, I am still those things.



I embrace and actually love cultures other than my own,

soaking up the ideas, art, food, and music through books, travel and most of all friendship with those who are unlike me.



I usually help others as I see their needs.



I cook well, even better than well. I am a great cook.

My family & friends are well fed.



I organize & prioritize my children’s lives well, putting their needs first,

advocating and challenging others about my children’s needs.



I encourage others.

(At least when I am not selfishly thinking about myself.)



I want some day to know myself well enough

that I can speak out, act, embrace, find and give all that live has to offer!



I want some day to be able to laugh, and cry, and feel

the spectrum of emotions found on that damn feeling wheel!



What might you not know about me?



I’m addicted to coffee. Seriously it’s a physical and psychological thing

and if I don’t have it, I might just come unhinged.



Of course being an alcoholic, I don’t drink.

But I do smoke and I know it’s a slow form of suicide. I don’t do it lightly (almost every cigarette comes with lucid acknowledgement of the consequence.)

but I definitely cannot quit at this time.



I love to exercise and eat well, but I don’t (usually.)



I play music every day; all kinds and it is life-giving.



I am diagnosed with major depressive disorder, which means in layman’s terms:

I have a propensity for melancholia and if I don’t manage it, it will come back. At its worst this type of depression is like drowning in your worst nightmare,

a stinking, dark hellish place to reside. Where truth becomes lies, and lies truth. You are incapable of doing, feeling, thinking, reading, sometimes even breathing.

Thankfully I've been depression-free for almost two years.


[I may regret saying this, but you have an open invitation to ask me if

I am exercising & eating,because these are the first disciplines to go. Also, if you haven’t seen me in a while, it can be a bad sign because I begin to isolate.]



Depression, alcoholism, insecurity, damage,

they are not my complete story,

my story is just starting.


I believe God brought into my life the perfect person for me; he loves me by asking hard questions, telling me the truth about myself which usually means “good stuff” but sometimes even hard truths. He encourages my passions and interests, supports them as well, which is no small thing in this financial climate.

He is a warrior on my behalf

and I love him more than I have shown him or will ever be capable of showing.



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I was tagged by Mandi (Kawaiimandi) and Nina (Holyponiesbatman) so here it goes :D

If I tag you please upload a pic of yourself and list as many facts as the number of ppl you tag :)

1. I've been a night owl as far as I can remember. Even when I was little I hated mornings and never wanted to go to bed at night. I remember that my mom had to put on my socks on while I was still half asleep and I would always be late to school XD

2. I am a caffeine addict. If I don't have a soda one day I will get really bad headaches, it's really bad I need to quit I know :( I'm also addicted to reality shows right now. I can' go without my weekly dose of America's Next Top Model, The Real World, American Idol and all those darned cupcake and cooking shows XD I know, I know...

3. When I was a little girl I would have these homemade notebooks made out of a manila folder and papers where I would sketch my original fashion designs. I did this all through my life until I finally made it to fashion school when I was 16 but I never finished my degree so I want to go back to school during the weekends to fulfill my childhood dream :)

4. I have been a gamer as far as I can remember. My first encounter with games was with my brother's Commodore 64 back when I was about 5 years old. I would drive my brother crazy so he would let me play Jungle Hun, Congo Bongo, Sly Vs. Spy and Root Beer Tapper amongst other games. Those are still some of my fave gaming memories :)

5. I love to play and also collect jrpgs and other games. I have a DS collection of over 75 games and many many more for PS1, PS2, PS3, 360, GBA, PSP, Wii and more.

6. I met my husband @ Gamestop XD We happened upon each other while he was picking up a copy of Castlevania for the DS and I was browsing for new games (as always). We had a mutual friend but had never met each other. Later on we found out we've been in the same places when we were younger in many occasions but never happened to bump into each other.

7. I moved to NYC by myself when I was just 16 yrs old to go to fashion school at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Looking back I have no idea how I was so mature at such a young age. I think with age comes being afraid of many things and that tends o hold you back...I sometimes miss those reckless days of just doing and not thinking so much.









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Let Them Talk






Hugh Laurie will release his debut album 'Let Them Talk' on Warner Bros. Records. A glorious celebration of New Orleans blues, 'Let Them Talk' unites Laurie's musical talent with a very personal selection of standards and lost blues classics performed with his band of renowned musicians and some very special guest stars. Produced by Joe Henry and recorded at sessions in Los Angeles and New Orleans, 'Let Them Talk' sees Laurie on vocals and piano heading a team of musicians whose previous collective credits include work with artists as varied as Greg Allman, Solomon Burke, Robert Plant, kd lang, T-Bone Burnett, Alison Krause and John Legend. Together, they interpret and revive songs originally recorded by NOLA blues legends such as Lead Belly, Robert Johnson, Ray Charles and Memphis Slim. 'Let Them Talk' also features collaborations with the Soul Queen of New Orleans Irma Thomas and Sir Tom Jones on the little known 'Baby, please Make A Change'. Thomas also leads the vocals on 'John Henry', while Laurie's lifelong hero Dr. John provides a momentous collaboration on 'After You've Gone'. Another legend, the producer, musician and songwriter Allen Toussaint, contributes horn arrangements throughout.










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