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February 4th, 2010

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11:55 pm - Thank you!
I just received copies of Lois McMaster Bujold's Memory (which is my favorite of all the Miles books) and A Civil Campaign, from the generous fpb. :) Thank you, thank you, sir! They were in great condition when they arrived, though clearly having traveled a great distance, poor travelworn package.

1. My own coffee grinder feliciakw bought me this, thereby fulfilling a wish I'd had for a few years now. :) I now grind my coffee fresh (unless I'm being lazy, since I still have some of the pre-ground stuff here)!

3. Any or all of these books by Lois McMaster Bujold (paperback is perfect): Brothers in Arms, Mirror Dance, Memory, A Civil Campaign, Komarr. Obviously, fpb helped out here! I also got a copy of Brothers in Arms from another source, so my collection nears completion.

7. A fannish calendar for 2010. My splendid boyfriend found me a Dr. Horrible calendar! Right now I'm looking at Billy and Penny in the Laundry Mart.

8. To know what God is doing in my life right now, so that it's easier to bear what I'm going through. ....I'm still not sure, but I think I have some idea now. And it is a littler easier, know that. So, thank you God.

Current Mood: goodgood

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Date:February 5th, 2010 12:45 pm (UTC)

My pleasure, honestly!

And seeing in What Company you placed my poor little gift, I have to say that I feel still more strongly the need to apologize for taking so long.

Curiously enough, I just wrote a post addressed to God, though in a rather more... astringent, shall we say? spirit. I wonder what you would make of it? http://fpb.livejournal.com/460907.html
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Date:February 5th, 2010 07:10 pm (UTC)
Yay, Vorkosigan! That reminds me, I really need to get around to reading Komarr sometime in the not-too-distant future.

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