- I found this one linked from Tim Challies' blog and got a chuckle out of this story about a driver in Norway who swerved to miss hitting a moose and in doing so hit a bear instead.
- For Austen in August, Roof Ream Reader posted an interview he did with Amanda Grange who has written several Austen-esque books. Some of them sound like they might be pretty good - I'm going to see if our library has any of them.
- "DosankoDebbie" posted the cute fox etagami she painted.
- Letter Writers Alliance posted about the latest USPS stamp releases.
From J-town we drove over to the library where SFCC's meeting was being held but after driving around the block several times without finding any open parking spaces, we gave up and headed for home. Since we were ahead of schedule, we stopped at Barnes and Noble on the way (Borders was so much closer - we really miss it) and since there's a PaperSource in the same shopping center I "had" to go check it out. This one just might be a little larger than the PaperSource store we used to shop at near my in-laws' house. I was happy to see that they're starting to stock washi tape. Now that I know where it is I'll "have" to stop there occasionally on trips to and from the city.
After dinner, I spent most of the evening making envelopes. Now to start writing letters so I can send them on their way. :-)