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[Dec. 30th, 2011|09:41 pm]
Verminius Rex
Pari is at a sleepover, so Marz and I dragged Kiyan to Target so I could get another electric razor (I never buy the really expensive ones since mine tend to break after being dropped repeatedly) and secure a new wallet. I tend to buy a wallet and wear it out, 5-8 years of use. This is the first one I've had in over 10 (possibly 15) years that has room for bills in addition to cards. Most of the stuff is transferred, I'll let the wallet stretch out a bit before trying to add anything else. Carrying all my stuff around in the money clip drove me insane.

I stared an account to buy books that can be read on the Barnes and Noble Nook app. Marz's sound logic was that if we buy Amazon books for the kindle on her account and Nook books on my account, we can share libraries more easily. Works for me. I already found an author with about three books that are nearly impossible to find since they were limited runs and even paperbacks are in the $40+ price range, all for under $10 for the Nook. I'll be getting those soon, and we'll be reducing our bookshelves and putting stuff in ebook form in the future.

I'm still not sure if I'm going to be an ebook convert, but having fewer books around and being able to find the ones I purchased online easily will definitely be a bonus.
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