From the monthly archives:

May 2007

It Isn't Over Yet

by chasitymoody on May 23, 2007

Just because the Mother’s day matching program is done doesn’t mean you can’t get your donation matched. The original donation matching program is still in effect until July 13th. So, if you missed out on turning your single donation into 3, don’t worry. You can still turn your donation into two. I will match any […]

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Odds and Ends

by chasitymoody on May 19, 2007

Book Drive Seems only two people have taken me up on the “triple your donation” matching program. If you are still interested, I will be matching your donation by doubling mine in honor of Mother’s Day. The program ends Sunday May, 20th. So get to it people. Send one measly book from the wish list […]

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Minor Updates

May 12, 2007

I just wanted to let you guys know that I’ve sorted out some things. The email bounce back problem should be fixed now. It was a typo on a referring page. Also, I have updated the book list so that the blank journal is listed at the top. So, please update your book mark to […]

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Mother's Day

May 12, 2007

This whole Book Drive thing started out as a birthday present to my mom. She told me about the kids she worked with during her field work in her social work courses. It was obvious that she couldn’t get the kids out of her mind. As I listened to her, it occurred to me; how […]

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Email bounce backs or other errors

May 8, 2007

I have been receiving comments about my emails bouncing back. If it is bouncing back, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPELLING. My email address is chasitymoody [AT] ifeelpithy [DOT] com. There is only one ‘T’ in my name.

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The Book Drive Gets its Own Page

May 7, 2007

We are getting a second wind here guys. It seems some of you are really taking my matching challenge to heart. And for that I am more than grateful. What’s a better word than grateful? How about beholden? Or, maybe much obliged? There has to be a better way to tell you how much I […]

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