Friday, June 18, 2010

5 Question Friday

5 Question Friday
Questions for Friday, June 18th (click on the icon above to be taken to OP):
1. What is your favorite thing about summertime? Reading! I love to read and have a lot of time to write in the summer.

2. What is your ideal retirement location (if money didn't matter)? Dunno, but a lot of my friends and family would be there.

3. Do you live in the same town you grew up in? No, I lived in California for 6 or 7 years, then moved to Ohio. I lived in the small town my mom was born in until I graduated from college and have been moving every couple of years since (in North Eastern Ohio). I am moving back to California for a year at the end of this month.

4. What nervous habit did you have as a child that you kicked to the curb before becoming an adult? I still bite my nails and I still worry. I'm less apt to make myself sick a LOT, but I still sort of do. Eeep! Working on the nail thing.

5. What is the most embarrassing thing that happened to you while on the job? Um, maybe when they took pictures of me in my Batgirl costume?

Monday, June 14, 2010

New Class News

Jessica Spragueis doing another free class--this one is a week long class with printables that will help you use your computer to make some great cards! Registration started today and the class begins in two weeks--hope to see you there!

3 Things

This was taken from Rhona at Life in General. Check out her site, it's pretty cool!
Three names I go by:
Nicole K
Three places I've lived:
Huntington Beach, CA
Kent, OH
Suburb of Akron, OH
Three places I've worked:
TV/Radio Station
Wholesale Giftware Company
Three things I love to watch:
Mad Men
Three places I have been:
The Grand Canyon
Three things I love to eat:
Sour Pickles
Three things I'm looking forward to this summer:
Writing the great American Novel
My Cross Country Road Trip

Friday, June 11, 2010

Five Question Friday

Five Crooked Halos is a blog I've recently been clued to, and she's got a really cool thing called five question friday. I've decided to toss my answers into the ring. Won't you?

1. What do you think makes a good friend, or friendship?

Honesty, trust and communication. These are traits that friends will have. These are things that I bring to the table, and that I hope others do as well. I'm not budging on this. I also like people I'm friends with to share interests with me, but also have others that I can learn about. It's important to me to learn about new things.

2. What is the last thing you bought & later regretted?

It was a book that I could get on the Nook... cheaper.

3. Have you ever had a prank played on you?

Yes, I'm sure I have. Nothing springs to mind at the moment, though.

4. What is your favorite theme park?

Disney or Universal. They both are cool for different reasons.

5. Have you ever seen someone else give birth?

I was present for my birth, but have no recollection of my mother havinf me oddly enough, LOL. I think I have seen something in a documentary or those health films they show in school, so sure, I guess I have seen someone else give birth, just not really in person.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Things in Progress Thursday

Thursdays are all going to be about what I'm doing. I've decided. Or, at least, I've decided this week.
Some major projects include:
  • Destashing
  • Father's day presents
  • Birthday presents for a few friends
  • Spring cleaning
  • Reading Mt TBR and paring down my book collection further.
  • Working on submissions for a really cool dt
Can you keep a secret? I did this and it 'might' be related to one of the above list...  ;p

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Watch It Wednesday

Hopefully this is something that might prove to be a little more interesting as a feature...
I'm a big Netflix kinda girl. I don't watch a lot of tv (well, I'll catch things on occasion, but not really in front of the tv with the satellite dish much). What I do watch is Netflix.
I have the 3 at a time unlimited plan which is under $20 month. It's great, really great. I have no complaints.
So here's what I've been watching on Netflix as of late.

The Sarah Jane Adventures Season 1
This is an offshoot of Doctor Who, made for the younger audience. However, as I've finished all of the Doctor Who episodes (except for the current new season with the new doctor, because I'm not fond) and Torchwood series, this was next on the list. And I really like it. It's formulaic, but I love that it's getting the younger generation into 'Who'... And it even has Sarah Jane, who was a companion in the 70s, I think.

How I met your Mother Season 1
I've heard of this show. People kept telling me it was good, and I had an idea of what I thought the show was about, but it's been surprising. I'm amused and touched at the same time, it's a great show, and the writing is fresh and funny and it's got Jason Segel in it, who I totally adore anyway. LOL. Whoops, did I really type that? Yup, guess I did. To borrow from NPH's character, Barney, 'Suit Up!' (BTW, funny enough I used to believe in the power of the suit. Like, in college, I had tons of cut out pictures of men's suits, ranked according to acceptability. LOL)

The Big Bang Theory Season 1
This is just funny. Really funny. I love the nerdy jokes, I love the characters... Season 1 really surprised me, as I thought I wasn't going to like it as much. Onto season 2 at some point, I guess. Eeek, it's a never ending cycle!

I've been wanting to watch this for a long time. It was aired in 2001, and as much as I wanted to marry "Freaks and Geeks," I'd been reticent about trying this one, just in case it wasn't as good. But I don't know why I was worried, because it's AWESOME. Set in a college campus, it features some actors you may have seen before (like Jason Segel), including 2 dudes from Knocked up (which I haven't seen), the girl from Sleeping Beauty a Tale of Terror, that girl from Carnivale and that guy who's on Sons of Anarchy. Wow! They're all young, too.

Saturday Night Live Season 2
Yes, it's 1976. John Prine is playing, Steve Martin is hosting... Dick Cavett filled in for Elliot Gould. By all means I shouldn't know who all of these people are, but I do. I'm guessing it's because as a child I was treated like an adult. I used to be a HUGE fan of SNL. I've read some of the books, and even have the SNL Scene It game (which, BTW, is really for the huge fans of the show--I get schooled whenever I play). I wanted to make an effort to see every episode, but I'm thinking I may have to rethink that--as there are not enough hours in my life to get through all 30 plus seasons. I like the show, though, and I love seeing the evolution of the show.

Murder, She Wrote (various)
Yup, I'm a huge fan of the show, and even the books. I decided to start watching these (my Grandmama wants to actually buy the shows, but I'm thinking I can show her this and she'll be amused). I'm in season 6, and I've been watching them steadily before bed for a little over a month (thanks to the Wii and Netflix watch instantly). I love Universal Studios Hollywood, and I think it's fun to pick out where the different scenes have been shot, especially when you can see the Jaws lake in the background. 

So that's Watch it Wednesday, what have you been watching? Any particular tv shows???? What's on your wishlist? Any ideas as to what other shows to check out?

Saturday, May 22, 2010

All About Me

Yep, I actually did a scrappy project, which was pretty cool.

Mel came up with a bloghop about BPS's class, All about Me with Stacey Julian.
You probably came to me from Journal of Curious Things.

My camera cord is MIA, so I had to make a video. Sorry about the quality, but it's quick and quick was more important to me at this point.

Your next stop is Havoc and Mayhem. Enjoy!

Saturday, May 15, 2010

ABC Toys and Crafts Giveaway

ABC Toys and Crafts is giving away some awesome blog candy.
I've never tried the Martha Stewart punches, but I am excited to try these... Cross my fingers and hope I win.

Head on over to ABC Toys and Crafts and check it out! Sign up! Good luck!

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Another Shimelle Challenge!

Shimelle has done the impossible:: get me to work on projects (which is really good practice for this coming week). Here's what I came up with for the 'Use 2 4x6 photo' challenge:

It's 2 with both of my brothers on Easter. kraft cardstock. Reminisce pp, Cosmo Cricket Stickers (chipboard!) and a ribbon flower....

Yeah, I had fun!

Happiness Is:

Inspired by Shimelle, and also thanks to her layout, I've done a digital page with a Very Cherry kit I got from TwoPeas. It was the first time I've used a layered page to do this with, and I really liked the way it turned out.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Adding something else to the 'to do' list

I sort of zoned out throughout all of Shimelle's "something from nothing" class, so I'm going to give something else a try. So next week it'll be Ali Edwards' Week in the Life.
More details to follow.

Blog Candy Giveaway!

Wow! ABC Toys and Crafts is giving away a set of Copics. And you could WIN!
Copics are great markers, and I would LOVE to add to my collection.
Check out the details in my link above. Good luck and Happy Friday!

Friday, April 9, 2010

Five on Friday

Inspired by Lisa Dickinson, here's my five on Friday:

Jeans!1. I am neither Long nor Lean, but this is the name of the Jeans I can wear at The Gap! Wow oh Wow! It feels good to be able to go into a store and not be embarrassed by the size you wear. And I love the fact that they don't cut anywhere, nor do are they inappropriately short or long. These things are lovely, and I'm just almost to the next smaller size--I think I've found a keeper, folks!

Debby's Dare 2. I have no idea where Debby is that she took this picture, but there are a lot of other ones just as nice. Very beautiful, and even a plantation house--cue Miss Scarlet's voice please.

3. I speak Melsh is reading a really cool looking copy of 'The Princess Bride' which I still have to finish. Do you know how many times I've watched that movie recently? No, you better not answer.

Script Frenzy4. Woefully behind and slacking in the ML department for this. Have an idea, but I want to write other stuff. Eeek!

Tessa5. Okay, she's probably one of the main reasons I'm behind, other than the writer's block. Because I pretend to be her online. Yup, I'm a gamer (Geek confession #35)... I play Star Trek Online.

That's all I got, so that's what I'm running with!

Time Out!

Originally uploaded by Gothamgal1998

3 Generations...
Grandma, Mom and I.
Normally, I'd be between them, but Easter sunday was a great day. A really great family day.
We had fun. We laughed. We were all crazy and funny and blessed to have that day.

I picked this photo up in an 8x10 and I'm going to frame it. It's a keeper. One photo that needs to be remembered, one day that needs to be remembered.

Thanks to Jessica at the Mom Creative: Today on you can get a free 8x10 print with the code BIG8X10. I ordered mine first thing this morning. It is valued at $2.99.

If you don't have a need for an 8x10 photo, you could always get it to frame for a loved one!


This is a test post from flickr, a fancy photo sharing thing.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Blog Candy Alert:: In My Minds Eye Blog

Kadie is having some fantastic candy over at her blog. The post is here. It looks to be a bunch of awesome Cosmo Cricket things--including the Boyfriend!!!! I HEART the Boyfriend line.
There are even buttons...Have never tried their buttons!
Go. Post. Now.

And good luck!

Monday, March 29, 2010

Pen-Tastic, thanks to

I have a confession to make... I love writing utensils. I love gel pens. I can remember playing around with them in high school, especially. My journals are filled with different colors of ink, and lots of really great quotes. You can see my writing, and the whole thing transports me back to that time. It's great.
Here's what I am currently eagerly anticipating:
1 x Uni-ball Signo Broad UM-153 Gel Pen - White Ink--I'm always looking for a good white gel pen, I think Kelley Goree mentioned this one.

1 x Platinum Preppy Fountain Pen - Medium 05 Nib - Pink Ink
--I have always loved fountain pens, and this one looks fun! Made sure to get some refills.
1 x Platinum Preppy Marker & Fountain Pen Refill Cartridge - Pink Ink - Set of 2
1 x Platinum Preppy Marker & Fountain Pen Refill Cartridge - Blue Ink - Set of 2
1 x Platinum Preppy Marker & Fountain Pen Refill Cartridge - Purple Ink - Set of 2

1 x Pilot Choose Gel Ink Pen - 0.5 mm - Blue--I liked the Purple one of these I got at Christmas, want to try others out.
1 x Pilot Choose Gel Ink Pen - 0.7 mm - Black

1 x Uni-ball Jetstream Color Ink Series Ballpoint Pen - 0.5 mm - Pink Ink--New at Wanted to try out a few colors.
1 x Uni-ball Jetstream Color Ink Series Ballpoint Pen - 0.5 mm - Blue Black Ink
1 x Uni-ball Jetstream Color Ink Series Ballpoint Pen - 0.5 mm - Light Blue Ink

1 x Pentel Slicci Metallic Gel Ink Pen - 0.8 mm - Silver--Love Silver ink, and checking my old journals really made me remember this!

2 x Pilot Envelope Address Writing Gel Ink Pen - Broad--Decided this would be great for letter writing, picked up one for a friend, too!

I'm currently using a lot fo the Pilot G2 (in blue) .7. I keep going back to this pen because it's easy to find and great to use. My 'go-to' pen. And, according to Pilot, acid-free and archival-safe. All of Pilot's gel pens are formulated this way. Yay!

Will update when I get the order!

Monday, March 8, 2010

New Class

Yes, I know, I'm terribly behind in so many things, it's almost been a month since my last post--eek!

Well, I decided to wait to post until I had something crafty to share, and boy, do I EVER have something crafty to share! I'm taking another class from Shimelle (yes, the other three are still in progress, LOL)--this one is called Something from (Almost) Nothing.

Starting on Wednesday, 10 March, it features three weeks of class prompts--and we'll even be able to create an album called 'Celebrate Life' which I think I'll use one of my still-in-the-package AC Modern 6x6 albums. I don't scrap a lot in that size, but there's something about AC Modern Albums that draws me--plus, it's small enough to be able to be carried around. Yay!

I'll get three emails a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) from Shimelle, and, since it's one of her classes, there are TONS of things she includes:
Something from Almost Nothing includes:
…more than 60 pages of full-colour class materials, including work from guest artists & illustrated steps for more complex techniques
…3 video tutorials
…a live chat session
…printable accents for album project (purchased separately, these come to $9.90)
…bonus journaling and photography prompts for your Celebrate Life album.
Like all online scrapbooking classes at, this class includes
…permanent access to all class materials
…private forum for discussion and sharing your work
…prompts delivered straight to your inbox.

All of this for only $15! And it's granting permanent access to the materials AND printable accents. All, in all, it's a win. Even if you haven't taken a class, or aren't sure that it's for you, I highly recommend this class--it's all about working with what you have. Repurposing. It's a great incentive to use your stash because you can make an album, you'll have something tangible at the end. Each email will include a sketch, technique and pointers in photography and journalling.

I'm hoping this is just the thing to get me back into creating, which I sorely need to do. And I also need to get better organized. And, I also need to use up some of the supplies I couldn't live without--it's all well and good that I have them, but what's the purpose if they're just sitting on a shelf?

So, without further ado, I'm going to share photos of my stash and work area. Don't judge.

This is in the spare room, which is almost overflowing with books and such. Remember, I moved in November. There's my big clip it up and my stack of 8 and 1/2 by 11 paper. I heart kraft cardstock. My table is also in here, but I'm not going there.

My craft closet. It's in sore need of more cleaning.

This is me!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

New blog to check out/In Which our brave heroine pleas for help!

Hey there,
Apart from the crappy day I've had, with the sore hip and having to buy 4 new tires because a sidewall sort of exploded on the freeway, and getting crap at work about showing up for a half day of work...I'm sort of okay.
I'm exhausted, and have been sleeping a lot lately, despite massive amounts of work that needs to be done.
And, while on 2Peas, I found a lovely link to a contest on a website that is really cool!
The website is secondsister suaviloquy and you can be entered to win a free CUSTOM blog template via a company called ebsi. Yes, go to secondsister suaviloquy and put in for a chance to win. Or don't put in for the chance to win and just say 'GothamGal' needs a new custom blog template because she's had a rough day/week/month.
Or not.
I don't care.
I just want to curl into a ball and sleep. And hopefully not be in too much pain with my hip.
Although, the good news is that with the new tires, my car doesn't automatically jump into the right lane if my hands are off the wheel. Good stuff, those expensive as all get out tires are.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The best of times, the worst of times, the busy times...

Once Upon a time, there was a girl who loved to take pictures. And she grew up still taking pictures. Now, she liked being in pictures when she was younger, but lacked the sort of confidence she thought she needed to really shine in photos the older she got--and she kind of fell out of the habit of taking pictures.
Years passed.
Well, then the girl, now a full fledged adult, started to realize the memories she wanted to have and the importance of said memories. She was gifted in 2005 or 6 with one of these:

What could you say, it was a great gift. She took thousands upon thousands of photos with the magical moment-capturing device, but it had it's flaws. Mainly, battery (of the eating persuasion) and lens issues. And the fact that taking out the memory card to do an image dump would erase said memory card. And when connected to the computer containing all things wonderful, the magical moment-capturing device would get hot and unresponsive.
The girl lost a whole Disney trip. The girl took the magical moment-capturing device and was unable to use it on the 2008-2009 trip where she saw a scale replica of the Nina. The girl got used to carrying entire packs of batteries (as the rechargeables stopped working--even those that were borrowed from other people and tested to make certain they had charge) in her pockets at all times whenever she had an urge to take photos.
And don't mention that the magical moment-capturing device would only allow for video to be shot in 30 second increments.

So the girl went on a trip to the far northern land of Cleveland and, just as she was planning to visit a place of wonder and mystery called Melt, Bar and Grilled as well as the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, she realized she forgot batteries and did not wish to pay the arm and a leg in the museum shop (which was out of them, coincidentally) required to buy batteries.
Fortune smiled upon the girl (but not at the Old Navy clearance section where she searched far and wide for a perfect pair of jeans) in the form of this:
Could it be? Yes! It's another magical moment-capturing device--but this one is infinitely brighter, shinier and pink! And it was on sale at the gracious land of Best Buy! With an 8 gig memory card and case... And a 2 year replacement plan! Fortune smiled upon the girl indeed. The battery is a lithium ion. The interface is almost exactly like the girl's older magical moment-capturing device, however this magical moment-capturing device allows its user to take as much video as will fit on the memory card. Of course, the device will not connect to said girl's computer, but that will happen soon.
And they all lived happily ever after.

My One Word, 2010

B typewriter key letter R letter A V E with draftman

Posts forthcoming, issues and things... Will discuss later

Monday, January 11, 2010

Windows Live Writer, I love you...Well, not so much.

I wrote this post in Windows Live Writer a total of 4 times. All went well until I tried to add photos. CRASH.

That happened twice. Then it was onto a different problem:: When I tried to tag anything, it froze. And it froze. So then I stopped, so I apologize in advance for the issues and the rather rushed nature of this post.

I've been really impressed with the entries thus far into the minibook challenge. And I'm happy to say that we're extending the deadline to the end of the month to give everyone a little more time to sign up and create. Yay! And I'm also delighted to let you know about a new site for If It's Groovy...

You can now go to the If It's Groovy Ning group, sign up and partake in as many or as few challenges as you want. The Ning group is really easy to navigate, it's free AND you can let your creative personality shine through--yes, it's customizable. It's fantastic and very easy to navigate around. And, once you get on there, either let me know in the comments of this post, or shoot me a PM there. I will love to interact with you.

Okay, so Thursday I got stuck on the freeway in all of the snow. CRAZINESS! And Friday, I was exhausted and not feeling well, so I stayed home (I'd gotten in after midnight on Wednesday, went to work thursday and was just not feeling it). Then I did some things this weekend:
  • Saw 'The Fantastic Mr. Fox' (LOVED IT!) and 'Where the Wild Things Are' (Great, but not necessarily kid-friendly) with a great friend at the discount theatre. Red Robin for dinner and a visit to Borders (where I actually read 'Where the Wild Things Are' for the very first time!
  • Went out dancing with the girls. Only stayed under 2 hours, but it was awesome to see my friends.
  • Went to a Stitch n' Brunch Sunday at Panera. Started a capelet. Met amazing people. Definitely going back.
And, I spent too much money this weekend, but I got some really awesome things... So it's back to the budget, but I feel like I did okay.
  1. Kraftin Kimmie's Moonlight Whispers stamps (the Steampunk ones: Lavinia and Chester).
  2. A Printer. A wifi Printer, so I can print out my Ildi Co. Digi Stamps stamps (project for this week might be a two-fer, FYI). I love it, and got it for under $100. It feels so amazing to have a printer again, very cool to be able to print and copy and scan and even use a memory card to print! :-)
    It got great reviews, but people were pretty much saying the drawbacks were the lack of a creative suite (not concerned, I have photoshop and other things) and the expense of ink. Personally, I had a Lexmark all in one before this, and their inks were too expensive for my taste compared to the inks for this Epson. I love that it has 4 separate ink compartments--one for black and then the three colors in print ink formulation (magenta, cyan and yellow). And I really didn't like the scanning of the Lexmark. And, the connectivity to my computer was dodgy. That's sort of why I like the idea of wifi printing. I can set it up on the secretariat downstairs, plug it in and just print when need be. Or, I can set it up in the spare room/workshop.
  3. Went to Archiver's intending to get a score-pal. Could not reconcile the purchase, oddly enough. So I bought something else entirely. Something I could definitely use, but wasn't sure it would be a good buy.

    I have a Clip it Up! Got the base, upper tier, extra clips AND 4 pairs of different sized bags for under $90 at Archiver's. Yay! Let me just tell you now, the thing is HUGE. It is larger than the dog (Black Lab) when he is walking around (height-wise). I have a rack from Simply Renee, the company that makes the Clip it Up and I love it. But I'm really happy I got this, too. Started assembling and putting things on it (the finished product video coming soon). In fact, here are my assembly videos:
    Base Unit Assembly
    Upper Tier Assembly
    The Clip it up is really easy to set up and a lot of fun to use so far. I think seeing what I have is going to make a big difference in how I use things.

    Oh, and 1 thing before I go. I'm doing project 365, sort of. Not sure what I'll do with the finished product (am taking another Shimelle class on UK Scrappers that might have this nailed down), but my photo feed is located at I would love for you to share your journey with me...
Happy Scrapping. I will be on later to comment on your lovely minibooks--I am floored that so many of you have accepted the challenge. It's amazing to see your work!

Oh, and one other really quick thing... I ordered from the Greeting Farm on 1 Jan. Still haven't received my order. Can I just expect to get it soon? Does anyone know if there were any issues with weather or something?

Monday, January 4, 2010

If It's Groovy Birthday Bash!!!!

That's right, If It's Groovy is celebrating a BIRTHDAY. YAY!

I'm so blessed to be on this team.

Video, Part One:

Video, Part Two:

Video, Part Three:

So what does this mean? You have a week to make you're own minibook. Post here with a link to your project and I'll check it out. All comments made will go into a random drawing for a really cool super secret (at this time) prize pack so you can make your very own Quick Minibook.

And remember to check out If It's Groovy and wish them a happy Birthday!

Friday, January 1, 2010

Can you tell I like to read?

Okay, so I normally don't talk about this part of my life on here, but I'm a passionate reader and writer and Bookcrosser (which I've discussed, I think?). I'm even on Goodreads. If you want to look me up there, go ahead, just make sure you say something about following me on

Anyway, so my goal was to hit 100 books read in 2009, and I guess I did that. Here's my list:

1. Heroes: Saving Charlie
2. Typhoid Mary
3. The Good, the Bad and the Undead
4. 3 Cups of Tea
5. How to be Good
6. The Water Method Man
7. Storm Front
8. Slay it with Flowers
9. Dearly Depotted
10. Snipped in the Bud
11. The Little Giant of Aberdeen County
12. Here's the Story
13. The Last Tycoon
14. Dean Koontz's Frankenstein: Prodigal Son
15. The Great Gatsby
16. Murder She Wrote: Murder on the QE2
17. Beautiful Girls
18. Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu
19. Ghostgirl
20. Interred with their bones
21. The 19th Wife
22. Wonder When You'll Miss Me
23. Such a Pretty Girl
24. My Life, My Tapes (Agent Dale Cooper)
25. The Story of a Marriage
26. Murder of a Royal Pain
27. Burnt Shadows
28. Revolutionary Road
29. Riding Lessons
30. Assasination Vacation
31. Staked
32. Acts of Violets
33. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
34. Carpe Demon
35. A Rose from the Dead
36. Driving with Dead People
37. Troll Bridge
38. Middle Age: A Romance
39. The Appeal
40. The Mermaid Chair
41. Goodnight Nobody
42. Missing Mom
43. Heart Full of Lies
44. The Falls
45. Team Rodent: How Disney Devours the World
46. Vanity Fair
47. Men of the Otherworld
48. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (graphic novel)
49. 13 Reasons Why
50. Finger Lickin' Fifteen
51. The Local News
52. American Eve
53. Shanghai Girls
54. Until I Find You
55. Clubbed to Death
56. Find Your Groove
57. Making the Most of your Scrapbooking Supplies
58. The Busy Scrapper
59. Best of Becky Higgins Sketches
60. Prarie Tales
58. Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life
59. The Woman Who Wouldn't
60. Turning Japanese
61. Return to Labyrinth #1
62. Suddenly Last Summer
63. Return to Labyrinth #2
64. Love is Hell
65. Best Friends Forever
66. Almost Perfect
67: Preludes & Knock Knock Jokes
68. An Invisible Sign of my Own
69. Missing You
70. May Contain Nuts: A Novel of Extreme Parenting
71. Polly
72. A Prayer for Owen Meany
73. Three Strikes and You're Dead
74. Frankenstein: Dead and Alive
75. The True Story of Hansel and Gretel
76. Undiscovered Gyrl
***Lost a list of a few books that I'd read between 8/24 and 9/5/09, possibly 3***
77. Return to the Labyrinth 3
78. Blood Lite
79. Frostbite
80. Madison Avenue Shoot
81. The Girl In the Flammable Skirt
82. The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie
83. A Slaying in Savannah
84. Into the Silence
85. Bay of the Dead
86. Frostbitten
87. Pop Tart
88. The Lightning Thief
89. The Sea of Monsters
90. Juliet, Naked
91. Her Fearful Symmetry
92. The Titan's Curse
93. Murder She Wrote: Margaritas and Murder
94. Battle of the Labyrinth
95. Murder She Wrote: A Fatal Feast
96. Star Trek Destiny #1
97. Kingdom Keepers 2
98. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
99. High Fidelity
100. Pirate Latitudes
101. Love Monkey
102. The Idio Girl and the Flaming Tantrum of Death
103. Nineteen Minutes
104. Mortified
105. Street Gang
106. The Family Bones
107. Mop Men
108. Possible Side Effects