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The Altman Code by Gayle Lynds
The Art World Dream by Eric Rudd
The Autobiography of Malcolm X retold by Alex Haley
Bare by Elisabeth Eaves
Being Committed by Anna Maxted
Chasing the Dime by Michael Connelly
A Christmas Story by Jean Shepherd
Galactic Pot-Healer by Philip K Dick
Giorgio by Anita Benarde
GIS: Socioeconimic Applications by David Martin
Good Bones and Simple Murders by Margaret Atwood
Headache Relief for Women by Alan M. Rapoport and Fred D. Sheftell
Housekeeping by Marilynn Robinson
In the Beginning... Was the Command Line by Neal Stephenson
The Last Camel Died at Noon by Elizabeth Peters
The Mother's Recompense by Edith Wharton
Mario and the Magician by Thomas Mann
Mrs. P's Journey by Sarah Hartley
Notes from Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Puckoon by Spike Milligan
Pudd'nhead Wilson by Mark Twain
Sacred Flowers by Roni Jay
Sacred Symbols: Ancient Egypt by Thames & Hudson
Something Rotten by Jasper Fforde
Spooky California by S. E. Schlosser
Trapped in Death Cave by Bill Wallace
The Virgin Blue by Tracy Chevalier
Ward No. Six by Anton Chekov

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Comments for Swimming Again

Postal PillarSwimming Again: 05/22/07

Today after work Ian, Harriet and I spent a lovely half an hour in the pool. It was a well-needed chance for me to distress and for all of us to cool down. Harriet enjoyed the water but she's a little too small for her suit so we had to hold onto her because she can't bob around.

Ian and I took turns holding on to Harriet. She enjoyed being bounced up and down in the water. When I wasn't holding her, I was swimming laps. The water felt cool and refreshing. It was a little too cold for Harriet but she kept her sense of humor. She had fun making faces and blowing raspberries at whomever wasn't holding her.

After our time in the pool we were tired but happy.

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