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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

N is for noises

...noises bouncing around and bumping into things. It would be terribly confusing, because you'd never know whether you were listening to an...


  1. Hello, Christie! Right now I hear birds singing and cars rumbling on the road outside my building. I hear people talking and keyboards clacking and printers moaning. Noises!

    Happy A to Z-ing! from Laura Marcella @ Wavy Lines

  2. I hear a computer humming, the keyboard clacking, people talking, and music playing. Noises can be fun, but so can silence. Or at least quiet. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. I hear the TV in the background and my computer fan. Keypad clicking.

  4. hello! popping in from the a-z. I'm working on a book for families (kid oriented) about a Christmas project that can be done every year - a way to get children to think about giving instead of getting. :-) I have my own blog, but also write for Mormon Mommy Writers, which I see you follow. I have a post there today if you're interested. :-) Became a new follower here, b/c I think writing for kids is the best!
    from The Dugout

    1. Nice to meet a fellow Mormon Mommy Writer. I'm your 200th follower! Your Christmas project sounds fun!


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