Archive for June 18, 2009


>The Fray!

>Going to see The Fray!

Going to see The Fray!

Going to see The Fray!

>This is from Ollie at The World According to Ollie. Many thanks!

The rules with this award are to:
1) List 7 things you love.
2) Link back to the person who gave you the award.
3) Pass it along to 7 other bloggers

Seven Things I love:
1. My friends
2. Sleeping
3. Making jewelry
4. Manhattan
5. Playing on my computer
6. Having my own space
7. Life

Seven Bloggers who are deserving of this award…

1. Lindsey at A Kindred Spirit’s Thoughts
2. Elizabeth at About New York
3. Imzadi Dragonfly at Imzadi Dragonfly – A work in progress
4. Lilly at Lilly’s Life
5. Liyana at LiyanaLand!
6. Park Ave. Pigeon at Park Ave. Pigeon
7. Vickie at Vixen’s Daily Reads
8. Bonnie at ~Redlady’s Reading Room~

So I went over by one. It was actually hard to stop, there are so many good blogs out there. Anyway, check out these blogs.

>For more postcard fun, visit postmistress Marie Reed!

This is a fun Meme. I first saw it on Daryl’s blog. She encouraged me to join so I did. I was going to post my postcards in order I received them, but looking through them I realized they weren’t in order. So I just decided to mix them up.


I entered a read a fest, which included a drawing for free books and I won a book and a shirt, this postcard was in the book. This is the ‘college’ featured in the book.


And this is the back of the card. This is the book I won and Kristi (as if you couldn’t tell) is the main character in the book. I really like Lisa Jackson’s books and am looking forward to reading this one.

>On June 18, 1948, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights adopted its International Declaration of Human Rights.

On June 18, 1884, Edouard Daladier,the French politician who was a signer of the Munich Pact of 1938, was born.

On June 18, 1812, The United States declared war against Britain.

On June 18, 1815, British and Prussian troops defeated the French under Napoleon Bonaparte at Waterloo in Belgium.

On June 18, 1873, Suffragist Susan B. Anthony was fined $100 for attempting to vote in the 1872 presidential election.