May 23, 2013
Love books, love NPR, love NPR books!
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Would you like to carpool to the Bunco?
I met you one time at Lilly's group hope to see you again
Hi Mary, I got your note about the meetup at Mui's. This suggestion has been made a time or two before and I've decided to keep dinners at peoples' homes to keep the theme of the group consistent. As you know, there are other groups that do dinners out and I am hoping to keep Nourishing Supper set apart from those groups. I do have a couple future suppers in the works and they'll be up on the calendar soon! Thanks for your understanding :)
Looking forward to meeting you tomorrow.
Jacci & Robert
Good Afternoon Mary; Thank you for your post. Looking forward to seeing you again. I really enjoyed our meetup. The exchange of ideas was both refreshing and stimulating. See you soon.
Welcome to Sisters on Purpose, Mary! We look forward to meeting you and hearing what you're passionate about. We have a really great group of women coming together, and are so happy you're going to be a part of it. If you'd like to plug into what else we are doing, you may want to 'like' us on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/sistersonpurpose. See you soon!
you are an event organizer now
I haven't contacted Cornish Pasty yet, I will do that next week. For the book club meetings I usually takes notes of interesting things in the book to bring up for discussion, and sometimes I look up a bit about the author to add to the conversation. Because I read the book last year but still remember it clearly, to add more to the discussion I'm reading Aunt Phillis's Cabin which was written shortly after as a response to Uncle Tom's Cabin from the opposing viewpoint.