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[25 Jun 2014|09:59am]
Not sure when I last updated about the yo-yo.
I have managed to go up a few over the last couple of weeks. I think I need to stop taking vacation time, which in turn gives me permission to "cheat". :p I was back to work this week, but I didn't think I was doing so great on the diet front. Thankfully I proved myself wrong. :)
I managed to go down a little. :)

Today's Weight: 230.0 lbs

Lost for the Week: - 1.6 lbs

Total Lost: - 23.6 lbs
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[20 Jun 2014|09:41am]
June 20, 2014.....

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Book Reading..... [19 Jun 2014|09:44pm]
I am a couple behind...

Book No. 17 was Lake Wobegon Days by Garrison Keillor.
I have really enjoyed Garrison Keillor's story telling, so I was very happy when my friend Mr. Owl gave me this book.
I have to say I was not really expecting style of story told in this book. I am use to Mr. Keillor's short funny stories. Lake Wobegon Days is a full history of the mythical town of Lake Wobegon, Mn. He takes you way back to the prehistory of Lake Wobegon. Then he brings the story all the way up through his "growing up" in Lake Wobegon.
Garrison Keillor has a very comfortable story telling process, and I am looking forward to reading more of his stories.

Grade: A-

Book No. 18 was The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie.
This was Agatha Christie's first published book. It got great reviews/praise for a first timers book, and I have to agree. Agatha Christie is a great story teller.
This book is a Hercule Poirot story. Although I am more of a Miss Marple fan, I do enjoy Poirot's stories too. This being his first time out the poor little guy gets a few knocks. His personality gets questioned as that of an old washed up police detective
The step mother of a wealthy family is murdered and Poirot must figure out what happened to her.
Agatha Christie had me fooled. I had a couple of people who I thought were the perps, but I was wrong. :o

Grade: A

Book List 2014:

1. A Rite of Swords by Morgan Rice
2. Miss Buncle's Book by D.E. Stevenson
3. The Garner Files A Memoir by James Garner and Jon Winokur
4. Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales
5. Treatment of Choice by Mary King
6. Blue Moon by Laurel K. Hamilton
7. Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: The Untold Story of the Actors
and Stagehands at Ford's Theater by Thomas A. Bogar
8. The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
9, Hitler's Alpine Headquarters by James Wilson
10. Hercule Poirot's Christmas by Agatha Christie
11. Call the Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times by Jennifer Worth
12. Goosebumps Welcome to Dead House by R.L. Stine
13. Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich
14. Goosebumps: Say Cheese and Die! by R. L. Stine
15. Moon River and Me by Andy Williams
16. Agatha Christie: Murder in the Making by John Curran
17. Lake Wobegon Days by Garrison Keillor
18. The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie
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[13 Jun 2014|02:44am]
Okay, Now back to Wednesday...
Drove up to Minneapolis for the Cyndi Lauper/Cher concert. I left extra early because of the construction zones and figuring I would probably have some "rush hour" traffic to deal with. Traffic wasn't too bad, and two out of the four construction zones were now open. :)
I got up to the parking ramp and had my signal light on and was waiting for the sidewalk to clear to pull in and just as I went to pull in another car pulled around in front of me. I nearly hit her. The people in the car gave me this innocent look of like, What is your problem. I so wanted to pull up next to her when she parked and chew her a new one, but I didn't. I sat and read in the car for about a half hour and then headed over to the Target Center. I got in line and waited to be frisked. Not really sure what they were looking for, because she could feel the stuff in my pockets, but didn't ask what it was or to see it. :p
I went through the entrance for people sitting on the floor. I wanted to check out the souvenier stand for some Cyndi Lauper things. I had already ordered my Cher stuff online. Now if it would just show up. UGH......... Of course the nearest souvenier table was upstairs away from the entrance to floor seating. So I went up and got in "line". After all these years of going to concerts, you would think they would have come up with a more organized system. It would also help if they had more people working the stand. :o I picked up a shirt, cd, and album. :) It's the 30th Anniversary of Cyndi's She's So Unusual album. With about 10 minutes until the scheduled start of the show I made my way back down to my seat. I was in section 3 of the floor seating. Row 6 seat 9. YAY me. :) The row was almost empty when I got there, and didn't really start to fill up until the the show was starting. If you pay good money for a show, why don't you show up in time to see it?
Cyndi entered from the back of the arena walking through the audience. :) She is not unusual, she is amazing. :) She was wearing, what I assumed was, a bright red wig and looked and sounded GREAT. She sang a lot of her old hits in celebration of the anniversary of She's So Unusual. Cyndi can still rock it out. During her set, she came down into the audience again while singing one of her songs. I think Cyndi is the only person I have ever seen do that. She performed for a good hour. The only disappointment for me, she didn't sing True Colors.

Cyndi Lauper )

There was about a 20 minute intermission. The guy to my left showed up with just a few minutes left in Cyndi's set. During intermission he asks me if I was alone? Yes. He then asks if I would be willing to switch places with his friend. When they bought the tickets they "didn't realize" they weren't together. Really? He assured me that his friend's seat was just in the next floor section and one row back. I told him, maybe. When his friend showed up and showed me his ticket I reluctantly agreed. Just a little leary of being scammed, but I figured the only way he should have been able to get down on the floor was if he had a good ticket. Some how the one row back turned into two. The rows must have been lined up funny. The good thing about the new seat was that it much more centered with the stage. :)
Towards the end of intermission we heard Cher's voice asking how we were doing. Everybody screamed. She said, okay, well I will be right out. lol...
The show started with projections of photographs from Cher's life projected on the stage curtain. The curtain came down, and Cher was standing on top of a 20 foot pillar dressed up in a costume that resembled something Egyptian with a big feathered head dress. The pillar lowered down and she sang a couple of songs before exiting to change costumes. Before exiting, she talked to the crowd about how this was her final tour, which of course we the audience didn't want to hear. Then she started to "wink" that she wouldn't be back and as she pledge that this was the end, she turned to leave the stage and you could see she was holding her hand behind her back with her fingers crossed. lol........
Cher kept the same basic concept for this show as she has with the tour. Live performane mixed with projections from her past. This show seemed even more theatrical. Using the dancers on stage and the big projection screen behind it they set the mood for different songs. Like for the song Dress to Kill they did like a little movie setting up Cher to protray a vampire. Then she came out on stage in that costume hunting for her next victim.
Some of the sets included a circus setting for Gypsies Tramps and Thieves/Dark Lady/Half Breed. Another was a big Trojan Horse that Cher came out of. :) She had a Burlesque set to sing her two songs from the movie Burlesque. For the closing song, I Hope You Find It, she stood on a platform that kind of looked like a window frame from an Indian Mosque or something, and it raised her up over the audience. Of course just going up over the audience wasn't enough for Cher, the platform carried her all the way to the back of the arena before coming back to the stage.
Cher performed for about an hour and a half. A slight disappointment like with Cyndi, neither of them performed an encore. :(

Cher )
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[13 Jun 2014|02:24am]
Time to catch up on vacation stories...
I will skip Wednesday until pictures get transfered to my photobucket.
Thursday morning I ran Maggie down to the Vet's office for her surgery. I had to bite my tongue not to laugh at the lady behind the desk asking questions like does she need shots. Um, you tell me. I don't know when things are due? Isn't that your job?
Not that I said it out loud. :p
So I left Maggie there. Sadly, I gave her to the guy and she never looked back. lol...
From there I left and drove into Rochester to get some more puppy food. Getting a little low. Growing puppy eats a lot. When I went back to get Maggie, I found out she's over 40 lbs already. :o
Anyway, the alarm woke me up. Wouldn't you know I was finally able to get some sleep, and the alarm had to be set early. I needed to pick Maggie up between 4-5pm.
Got to the Vet's office and wrote out a check, about $220. :o That makes about $700+ for the week so far. :o
Maggie was about 180 degrees different. Surgery knocks out the puppy energy big time. She quietly laid around the house. Some times in her kennel, some times in dad's bedroom.
At one point, I put her rabies vaccine tag on her collar, and she was too funny, trying to bend her neck down to get at it. lol.......
Later in the evening I took her outside to see if she needed to potty, and first thing she did was lay down in the grass and gently roll around. :) She did squat a couple of times. Not sure if she had enough in her to pee.
Took her out one more time before bed time. Put some water down for her when she came back in and I think she drank about half the bowl. Hopefully she doesn't get sick during the night now, and hopefully her bladder doesn't kick in too quick. lol...
After a good night's sleep, I am guessing her puppy energy will be back. :)
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[11 Jun 2014|12:08am]
Day 2 of the vacation...
It's still figuratively pouring. :p
I took my car in because the back two tires have been having issues in holding air pressure. A couple of hours later the shop calls to say that one of the tires needs the wheel bearing replaced because it's loose. $150+ an hour of labor. I went to get my car and $274 later I got my car back.
The day/night did end on a better note though.
I went to the movies to see a recorded stage place, Driving Miss Daisy. It starred Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones. It was GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I really felt like I was part of the audience that was at the show when it was recorded. Laughing away with them.
The only part I didn't care for about the show was the ticket price. OUCH... A regular movie at this theater costs $9.50. With my Mayo Clinic discount I can get in for $6.50. This special showing of Driving Miss Daisy cost.... $20.00. No discount available. It was worth the price. Well, it was when you consider that seeing it live was probably over $100.
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UGH............................. [09 Jun 2014|04:30pm]
[ mood | exhausted ]

I have had a GREAT start to my vacation.
I came home and loaded up on sugar. Hey, it's vacation time, gotta enjoy, right?
I got to bed extra late, 12 noon. Normal bedtime is 10 am. Lately it's been 11 am. Today even worse.
A few minutes before 3 pm my dad hollered at me to get up and get dressed. I flew out of bed and threw on some cloths. Dad was standing there holding some paper towels to his forearm. He said the next door neighbor would put Maggie in the kennel. I asked what happened. He pulled the paper towels back and he had a gash in his forearm. He said he was taking Maggie out and she must have seen the neighbor outside and made a dash to go to her and jerked his arm into the screendoor handle. Back steps are covered in blood splatter.
I ran out and grabbed Maggie and put her in the kennel, put dad in the car, and took off for the ER.
I dropped him at the ER door and found a parking spot in the employee parking ramp. Sorry, but I am not paying to park for an ER visit. :o
Got back to the ER, they said dad was back getting his VS checked and he should be back out. I could go back or wait in the lobby. I am thinking, are you seriously planning on sending somebody back to the lobby with a hole in his arm? I decided to wait and see what happened.
I would be lying if I didn't say I was thinking back to the night that I took my mom to the ER and she died. :(
They came out and got me. The nurse said they weren't going to try and stitch it up because dad's skin was so thing(as older people tend to get) and the stitches probably wouldn't hold. So they were going to treat it with a dressing cover and let it heal on it's own. So she dressed it up and told me what to do and sent us on our way.
So now we are back home. Dad is resting upstairs and I am downstairs, TIRED, and keeping Maggie down here with me to give dad a rest from her "puppy energy".
Selfishly, I am just glad this didn't happen on Wed, Fri, or Sat when I am suppose to be going up to the Twin Cities. :o
So, how is your Monday?????

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[09 Jun 2014|10:48am]
I started a weeks vacation this morning. :) Hallelujah............

I have seven nights off, but I have something scheduled six out of the seven days. lol...

Monday: My one free day.
Tuesday: I am going to see movie. It's a recording of the stage play Driving Miss Daisy, starring Angela Landsbury and James Earl Jone. :)
Wednesday: I go up to Minneapolis to see CHER...
Thursday: Maggie goes in for "The" surgery. :o
Friday: I go up to Mystic Lake, one of the Indian Casinos, to see Kathy Griffin.
Saturday: I go back up to Minneapolis to see Eddie Izzard.
Sunday: I think I am going to another movie. I think the sequel to the Disney movie Planes comes out this weekend. Maybe I will make it a double header and see Maleficent again too. :)

Then I think I will call in sick next week to recover from this week. lol...........
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Diet Update..... [04 Jun 2014|09:43am]
Up a little
Down a little
Back up a little...


Today's Weight: 227.0 lbs

Gain for the Week: + 0.6 lbs

Total Lost: - 26.6 lbs
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Book Reading..... [31 May 2014|04:31am]
A couple of days back I finally finished about another book.
No. 16 was Agatha Christie: Murder in the Making by John Curran.
The author took excerpts from Agatha Christie's notebooks where she kept plot information for books she was writing or thought about writing, and compared it to the finished products.
It was very interesting on a historical level to see the developement of her books.
However, it was kind of difficult, at times, trying to follow her "shorthand" notes. It didn't help either not being familiar with some of the stories.
I was kind of saddened to learn that Ms. Christie wasn't a fan of, or was it the critics that weren't, of some of my favorite movies made from her stories. They were the movies starring Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple. Also, that only one of the movies was based on a Miss Marple story. Two were based on stories that were actually Hercule Poirot, and the last one was made up. :o

Grade: B

Book List 2014:

1. A Rite of Swords by Morgan Rice
2. Miss Buncle's Book by D.E. Stevenson
3. The Garner Files A Memoir by James Garner and Jon Winokur
4. Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales
5. Treatment of Choice by Mary King
6. Blue Moon by Laurel K. Hamilton
7. Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: The Untold Story of the Actors
and Stagehands at Ford's Theater by Thomas A. Bogar
8. The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
9, Hitler's Alpine Headquarters by James Wilson
10. Hercule Poirot's Christmas by Agatha Christie
11. Call the Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times by Jennifer Worth
12. Goosebumps Welcome to Dead House by R.L. Stine
13. Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich
14. Goosebumps: Say Cheese and Die! by R. L. Stine
15. Moon River and Me by Andy Williams
16. Agatha Christie: Murder in the Making by John Curran
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[31 May 2014|03:43am]
I went to the movies last night and saw "Maleficent".

It's the new Walt Disney movie that tells the story of Maleficent, the evil fairy from the story Sleeping Beauty.

The easy review would be one word...
AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It is simplay WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
One of my pet peeves of modern movies is the over use of CGI. There is quite a bit in Maleficent, BUT it doesn't feel like it. The human actors and the CGI feel like one. I never felt like I was looking at human actors superimposed into a fake surrounding or surrounded by fake characters.
Angelina Jolie was SUPERB in the role of Maleficent. Other then not having the green skin that Maleficent has in the animated version, Miss Jolie looks just like Maleficent. WOW...
Maleficent's sidekick from Sleeping Beauty the crow, Diaval, is in this movie, but with a bigger role. Maleficent frequently changes him into human form. He's not quite a Jiminy Crickey conscience, maybe closer to being a sounding board for her plans. The mighty Maleficent actually does need somebody.

The movie does not have the same outcome as Sleeping Beauty does, but they are not trying to retell that story. This is Maleficent's story.

Disney spent a fortune making this movie and the results really show in the final product.
I see myself going back to see this movie at least one more time.

I wish my review could do better justice to the movie. It deserves it.


Grade: A+, Two Thumbs Up, GO SEE THE BLOODY MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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[28 May 2014|08:51am]
Maggie from today.....

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Diet Update..... [28 May 2014|08:36am]
Well, it's been a couple of weeks since I have stopped in to report here.
Last week was a gain. :(
Then I weighed in yesterday thinking that was my weigh day. Oops, it's Wednesdays. :p Well, yesterday was another gain. :(
So I got on the scale again this morning and surpringly/shockingly, I actually came down some. It's still again from my low of a couple of weeks ago, but it's better then what it had been from last week, and yesterday.
So, YAY.......


Today's Weight: 226.4 lbs

Gain for the Week: + 0.6 lbs

Total Lost: - 27.2 lbs
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Diet Update..... [14 May 2014|08:38am]
I had another great week.
Maybe my little walks with Maggie are helping? :p


Today's Weight: 225.8 lbs

Lost for the Week: - 4.2 lbs

Total Lost: - 27.8 lbs
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Diet Update..... [07 May 2014|09:24am]
DRAT!!!!!

Carbs are EVIL...
Last weekend I stopped at the Farmers Market and got some homemade bread and some lefse.
I guess I have over did it in enjoying them. :(

Today's Weight: 230.0 lbs

Gained for the Week: + 1.4 lbs

Total Lost: - 23.6 lbs
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Book Reading..... [04 May 2014|04:23am]
I finished reading book No. 15 the other night at work.
I read Moon River and Me by Andy Williams.
It's the autobiography of Mr. Williams, and what a life he had. Born in a small town in Iowa and went on to become an international sensation. He started as a singer with his brothers. Eventually made it to Hollywood and made a few forgettable movies. The brothers eventually broke up and Andy continued on as a singer. He hit rock bottom before growing his career again. He had a huge career in Las Vegas. Eventually had a hit tv show.
Married, three kids, divorced. Dates somebody for 9 years break gives her a house and money, finds true love marries. In between there first wife kills boyfriend, and Andy stands beside her believing her innocent. IMHO believes a little too much? Pays for her defense.
After getting married for the second time and his career starting to slow down, he moves to Branson, Missouri and has a successful career in that growing entertainment capital. And if that's not enough, some of his old records have new success in England after being used in commercials and he goes on to have successful concert tours there and throughout Asia.
I have to really give credit to a book that can make me cry, or maybe I am just a big softy.
He talks about flying into Chicago in Nov. of 1963. When they land the airport is eeriely quiet except for some people crying. It was the day that President Kennedy was killed. Didn't really cry there, but got choked up. But then he goes on to talk about how he got to be good friends with Bobby and Ethel Kennedy, and eventually how he was in California with them on the day Bobby was assasinated. He was asked to sing at the funeral.
Yeah, I was sitting on break at work reading this and crying. :o
It was a really easy read. It felt like Mr. Williams was sitting there telling you his story. :)

Grade: A

Book List 2014:

1. A Rite of Swords by Morgan Rice
2. Miss Buncle's Book by D.E. Stevenson
3. The Garner Files A Memoir by James Garner and Jon Winokur
4. Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales
5. Treatment of Choice by Mary King
6. Blue Moon by Laurel K. Hamilton
7. Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: The Untold Story of the Actors
and Stagehands at Ford's Theater by Thomas A. Bogar
8. The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
9, Hitler's Alpine Headquarters by James Wilson
10. Hercule Poirot's Christmas by Agatha Christie
11. Call the Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times by Jennifer Worth
12. Goosebumps Welcome to Dead House by R.L. Stine
13. Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich
14. Goosebumps: Say Cheese and Die! by R. L. Stine
15. Moon River and Me by Andy Williams
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Diet Update..... [30 Apr 2014|08:23am]
Okay, I seriously don't know how I accomplished this, unless the scale is lying to me. Or if the cheat on Easter jump started my motablism?
I don't think I deprived myself of anything this past week. I even had a couple of peanut butter sandwiches on top of my usual breakfast one morning.

Today's Weight: 235.4 lbs

Lost for the Week: - 6.8 lbs

Total Lost: - 25.0 lbs
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Book Reading..... [27 Apr 2014|09:30am]
Just finished up book No. 14.
This is another case of not remembering to grab my books before heading for the basement on my last night off and not wanting to go upstairs during the night and disturbing the sleeping puppy.
So I picked up another Goosebumps book. I read Say Cheese and Die! by R. L. Stine.
A group of kids go exploring in the local "haunted" house. Greg finds a camera hidden in a secret hideaway.
There seems to be one little problem with this camera. It seems to predict the future does it cause the future to happen?
Greg takes a picture of the family's new car. When the picture developes it shows the car totalled. :o
A couple of days later, his dad has a car accident.
He takes a picture of his friend Bird in his little league uniform. The picture shows Bird laying on the ground, head tilted at an odd angle, eyes closed and looking very...
During the game Shari looks over and sees Bird laying on the ground looking like the picture. Turns out Bird was faking and having fun with his friend. A short time later after Bird gets on base, he is hit by a line drive and he is laying on the ground just like the picture. :o :o :o
Things kind of go from bad to worse. :o
Thankfully in the end all is okay. The kids get the camera put back in it's hiding place.
Or is all okay??? Two bullies have seen the kids hiding the camera and they steal it...........

Grade: A-

Book List 2014:

1. A Rite of Swords by Morgan Rice
2. Miss Buncle's Book by D.E. Stevenson
3. The Garner Files A Memoir by James Garner and Jon Winokur
4. Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales
5. Treatment of Choice by Mary King
6. Blue Moon by Laurel K. Hamilton
7. Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: The Untold Story of the Actors
and Stagehands at Ford's Theater by Thomas A. Bogar
8. The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
9, Hitler's Alpine Headquarters by James Wilson
10. Hercule Poirot's Christmas by Agatha Christie
11. Call the Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times by Jennifer Worth
12. Goosebumps Welcome to Dead House by R.L. Stine
13. Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich
14. Goosebumps: Say Cheese and Die! by R. L. Stine
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Diet Update..... [23 Apr 2014|08:53am]
Boy do I know how to blow a diet or what?????
I told myself I was going to EAT for Easter weekend.
UGH!!!!!!!!!!
What an idiot........

Today's Weight: 235.4 lbs

Gained for the Week: + 6.4 lbs

Total Lost: - 18.2 lbs
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Book Reading..... [21 Apr 2014|05:46am]
I just finished up book No. 13.
I read Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich.
It's the third installment in the Stephanie Plum bounty hunter series.
These books are fun easy reads.
Stephanie is working for her cousin Vinnie as a bounty hunter. Stephanie is far from perfect and she lives a far from perfect life. It almost gives you a feeling of, you could be her.
Her mom is always worrying about her. Sending tons of leftovers home with her. Her grandma wants to play with her gun and be a part of the action. A former hooker, Lula, is working as a file clerk for Vinnie and has been become Stephanie's sidekick. Morelli, the boy who "played with her in the garage as kids", is now a cop that's back in her life personally and professionally.
In this book she is trying to track down Uncle Mo, the local candy store owner, whom everybody loves. Every body is not happy with Stephanie for "picking on" Uncle Mo. Then they find a lot of dead bodies in the store basement. Things change a little bit, but then every body starts to think Uncle Mo is killing drug dealers and they go back to worshiping him again.
Eventually the truth starts coming out and Uncle Mo ain't so innocent and Stephanie gets her man.
The comedy relationship between Stephanie and Lula is a riot.

Grade: A

Book List 2014:

1. A Rite of Swords by Morgan Rice
2. Miss Buncle's Book by D.E. Stevenson
3. The Garner Files A Memoir by James Garner and Jon Winokur
4. Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales
5. Treatment of Choice by Mary King
6. Blue Moon by Laurel K. Hamilton
7. Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: The Untold Story of the Actors
and Stagehands at Ford's Theater by Thomas A. Bogar
8. The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum
9, Hitler's Alpine Headquarters by James Wilson
10. Hercule Poirot's Christmas by Agatha Christie
11. Call the Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times by Jennifer Worth
12. Goosebumps Welcome to Dead House by R.L. Stine
13. Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich
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