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It's been a while since I posted any of the fun sites I've found so I thought (since it's a lazy no school day) to post some today!

Various: I've run across some discussion on facebook about people worrying about their digital footprints. This site is a great place to look for yours. You just put in your name and it will do an in depth search of you (or anyone you feel like stalking). It's very interesting... (also can I suggest searching yourself--or username--in google images. You'd be surprised what pops up.) my favorite food site I go here first when I'm looking for a new recipe. this is a free image altering website. It's fun. It's where I made 'Jack' on my last post and where I did this picture: my -current- dream bicycle.

Blogs: a catch all site of crafting projects. another catch all crafting site.

abby's blog- this is the blog of a 16 year old girl whose trying to become the youngest person to ever sail solo around the world...without touching land.

The Toy Society- I love this idea! Vicbowin and I are planning to 'make a drop' sometime soon.

The Vintage Chic Boutique- I actually think she calls it something else, but I go through her blog to get to it... it's a shop for patterns that I love and want to buy all of the patterns (alas I have bought none).

Book Reviews- This lady does a killer book review. I go there for ideas on what to read.

Hope you enjoy! Tell me which ones you liked.


Amy said…
wow- that sailing blog is wild. Her parents are either really good parents or totally crazy. And only the three of them know which.
cannwin said…
What a great way to put it! My mom said, 'where are her parents?' and I said 'what would you rather a 16 year old be doing?'

BUT if her parents aren't taking some serious precautions they are nuts.

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