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Monday, November 02, 2009

I saw this blog idea on another team and suggested it to our leaders, so now I am forced to blog.

I am like another poster on this topic: I have cut the clutter in my life to zilch. I do not engage in any active hobbies but I consider reading, playing games and working crossword puzzles hobbies.

I am a voracious reader, primarily mysteries but do read an eclectic assortment of books. I subscribe to the NY Times crossword on line and print them out to work on paper. (easier on the eyes)

Computer games are another favorite. I don't play competitive games, just my own "for fun" games.

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    4128 days ago
    I agree with all of you.
    4140 days ago
  • MOGAL1946
    Hi Jean! We think alike. I also like the computer games and do crossword puzzles. Still working on the clutter but getting better. Think we all have favorite things to do that other's might not consider a hobby but it keeps our lives enjoyable! I love reading mysteries and one of my favorites is the Sue Gafton's Alphabet series.
    4140 days ago
    I love to play computer games too and enjoy light reading--the kind you can pick up and put down whenever and it is ok. Oh, they all have happy endings too. I do love to quilt but haven't done any the last couple of month--and not much over the summer either.
    4141 days ago
  • --KREN
    Me too, Jean! I have many interests that don't take up room, or anything else except my time, which is mine to use as I wish. Or not.

    Maybe I'll go into a few more of them as the week goes by.

    I love your positive, caring attitude. Now THAT is a worthwhile hobby to have - sharing positive thoughts with everyone!

    And THANK YOU for helping to find ways to engage our SparkFriends in some friendly sharing!

    4141 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/2/2009 2:04:40 PM
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