things you can really only find on the internet
Does everyone with younger children know about these beautiful games?
No first person shooters, no monsters, no blood spilling.
Lovely graphics, quiet music, simple challenges.
I'm thinking neck kerchiefs are difficult to find in retail establishments.
Is that Katie Holmes?
Anyway - if you needed a neck kerchief for those re-enactments you attend, or, say, that weekend at the cabin with no heat, or for that funny game you and your husband play wherein you are a Puritan, this is the place to go.
For the ultimate in laziness (an area in which I excel) there is shopping, of course, and recipe research.
How lazy am I that I find it easier to click through recipe after recipe rather than scour our cookbooks?
Lately I seem to be fascinated by sandwiches...
This one is a blt with fried egg and I must remember to try it -
I love Japanese clothing sites.
I do sometimes wonder if seeing these garments in person would diminish their desirability.
I'm pretty sure the internet is the only place to purchase hand made accessories for your Blythe dolls. Etsy is a fun place to browse.
Looking for fair trade, handmade baskets from around the world?
I have no idea where to begin to look for them without the internet...
a mallet wielding Julia.
I could take a trip to see it, but only from the ground.
I love these.
If I do see them in real life, I may buy them.
There is no power at our house.
Youngest and I are at the library.
I am bored and frustrated.