On the Forums: travel toiletries, shoe racks, and the kitchen sink

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2 Comments for “On the Forums: travel toiletries, shoe racks, and the kitchen sink”

  1. posted by NMPatricia on

    I l ove this site and read it faithfully. When you explained how I could follow on the new forums, I was tempted. But I have found I need to watch the “clutter” on my blogs. I could spend/waste an enormous amount of time reading blogs/forums or I can limit what I bring into my computer. An interesting dilemma. Once again, a hard choice, but I need to do stuff beyond reading stuff.

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    posted by jeansyzer on

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