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Aloha Friday # 17 Autograph?

It is FRIDAY! Aloha! Head on over and say hey to Kailani...
Welcome to this week’s edition of Aloha Friday.In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would take it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response.If you’d like to participate, just post your own question on your blog and leave your link below. Don’t forget to visit the other participants! It’s a great way to make new bloggyfriends!My Question this week... Do you have any celebrities autograph? Or, is there any celebrity that you would like to meet?I have some autographs... I think my best story would be when I was like 16. My cousin and I snuck in to meet.... PATRICK DUFFY! LoL, you know... from Dallas?! Well, we met him and he wanted to know how we got it.. we told him we snuck in and he told us to be careful, that we could get in trouble.. He then proceeded to tell us to…

W/W # 6 - NKOTB

Wordless/Wordful Wednesday... Check out more pictures here:
5minutesformom or sevenclowncircus
Yes, I went to New Kids On The Block Concerts when I was a kid... and Ummmmmmmm YES!
I went and saw them in 2009! Love it! (Take a guess as to who my favorite is!)

Decoding the Lost Symbol by Simon Cox - Book Review

I had every single plan in me to read The Lost Symbol, so when I was offered the chance to review Decoding The Lost Symbol by Simon Cox, I was all for it...
I did not realize that this is more of a book for Marc than for me...
So, I never actually read it. I am more of a fiction/love story and all that good stuff.
BUT, I did want to share with you about Decoding The Lost Symbol. Here is the Introduction: Introduction
by Simon Cox,
Author of Decoding TheLostSymbol: The Unauthorized Expert Guide to the Facts Behind the Fiction It was April 2009, and I was just arriving at the London Book Fair at the Earls Court Exhibition Halls. I was intending on catching up with friends, my UK publisher, and having a general look at what was new in the publishing world. However, I knew that something remarkable had happened the minute I had arrived. An air of excitement and expectation filled the packed halls, and smiles were emanating from all around. Grown men were close to tears.
I instantly knew what ha…