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Thursday, December 08, 2005

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MommaK

I'm so hooked on Netflix!! I hope you love it too. I've been watching LOST seson 1 in my spare time so no movie recommendations here. Your tea sounds yummy!:)

Marisa

First time visiting...

I was the same way with our Chrismtas pic...had to get the perfect shot. I didn't...cards are ordered anyways. ;-)

I played too.

raehan

Hi! Thanks for your recent visits.

You husbands birthday sounds delightful as does all that you are doing with your little guy.

So what if your tree's not up yet.

(I say this because my tree isn't up yet either. But also because it's really okay.)

InterstellarLass

I use Blockbuster Online. I think they're both probably the same. It's a great concept.

I only have one Christmas present purchased so far. I won't get any shopping done today though. "Iced In". Brrr.

My thirteen are up!

Holly

We used to do Netflix... but honestly I don't have time to watch movies anymore since I started blogging!!

I love your stories about your little guy, he is just so sweet.

Here is my thirteen: http://plsa.blogspot.com/2005/12/thirteen-things-on-hollys-christmas.html

Chickadee

That is so cute that your little munchkin was running around blowing out "air candles" How precious.

Hope you get that tree up soon!

My 13 are up!

Mrs. Flinger

I'm the same way 'bout the tree. It's a bit more work for ME, but Mr. Flinger is ALLLL about the real stuff so there ya go. 'Course we got a real one!

Hey! Guess what? I played this week. :-)
http://mrs.flinger.us/index.php/snow/thursday_thirteen/

Lily Bleu

Crash is an excellent film to rent. I also enjoyed Finding Neverland.

I recently got a subscription to Netflix and LOVE it. Definitely good for busy people and those too cold to get out to the rental place.

Here's my Thursday Thirteen:
http://lilybleu.net/blog/?p=206

Carmi

I wish Netflix would come to Canada. I'm sick of the neighborhood video store that has a lousy selection, brainless, tattooed and studded employees, and late fees.

I should start a petition!

Barbara

Practigal,

My son, aka Train-guy, has been going to the Garden Factory for years to see that display. It is fabulous. I can't wait to share that link with him.

Trying to Catch Up: Thursday Thirteen: What I like about Christmas

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