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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Switching tracks a little bit, I've decided I'm going to start teaching myself to sight-read music. I can sit down and figure out the notes but it takes me a long time and I can't decipher the notes quickly enough to play the music.

    I have a lot of EZ Play music books that I predominantly use but I also have some regular music books, filled with songs I'd love to be able to play.

    I was going to start making notations in my music books and possibly reprinting them in EZ Play format but that's proven to be a bigger job than I anticipated so I think I need to just bite the bullet and teach myself to read the sheet music.

    I wouldn't think it would take too long, if I just get myself to start practicing a few hours every night. I only wish the notes on regular sheet music weren't so small! One of the things I like about the EZ play books is that the notes are bigger sized so they're easier for me to read.

    I wanted to order an EZ Play book with Eagles songs in it but they don't seem to have one. They have books that have a few of their songs but none dedicated to the Eagles.

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Has anyone ever used the Argan Oil Treatment on their hair, or heard somebody talk about using it? I'm curious about it.
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    Yes, its great.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    To you people who have Amazon Prime, do you find it to be worth the $79 annual fee? Sounds rather steep to me.
    My husband got the trial last year and we loved it enough the first month to try it for a year. We renewed it again if that says anything. Some of what I love is that we don't have to try to add up stuff to get the free shipping (especially glad of that since it raised to $35). That's not always convienent. I love that if I only want a $2 or $3 item I can order just that. Sometimes, just because it's "free" shjipping, we'll order stuff that's comparable in price but that I don't have to drive to the store for. My time and gas are worth something.

    We hadn't been doing anything with the movies or tv stuff for quite awhile, but MrCoz got on a kick this summer and watched a ton of movies.

    I recently figured out that it's under $7 a month for this service, and I consider it well worth that. My MIL just was looking for a charger and battery for her camera. She had tried two stores and neither had what she needed. Not only did I find it cheaper on Amazon than the store that said they'd order it for her, but I was able to ship it directly to her house with no added cost to her. I've used it for sending gifts too, since my family is all out of state.
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    I buy a LOT on amazon and am glad for the prime membership. When I got an electric lawn mower I did research reading the reviews of other buyers and when I made my decision, the shipping was free. I'm pretty sure it would have been a lot, otherwise. I didn't have to try to haul it from a store in my tiny car.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Fanny Mare View Post
    Yes, its great.
    I'll second that - I use it and love it.

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    I'm wondering if anyone here has shipped home baked goods from one U.S. coast to another at holiday time? I'm thinking of sending my Cali friend some baked goods and wondered what was the best way to package them for shipping so they won't spoil.

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    I agree with Kip, Pickachu. You can always hit up the small print businesses in your area too. We are in the cali area and are not big enough to have a full time graphic artist on hand, but always need help with larger graphic typeset projects. Our issue is that people are looking for that full time job with benefits. I bet you could find a niche for yourself for sure.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by Eastcoastmom View Post
    I'm wondering if anyone here has shipped home baked goods from one U.S. coast to another at holiday time? I'm thinking of sending my Cali friend some baked goods and wondered what was the best way to package them for shipping so they won't spoil.
    The flat rate shipping boxes at the post office are shipped priority mail so it would only take a couple of days to get to their destination. If you are shipping baked items that are well wrapped they should arrive in great condition!

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    Quote Originally Posted by ClosetRTWatcher View Post
    The flat rate shipping boxes at the post office are shipped priority mail so it would only take a couple of days to get to their destination. If you are shipping baked items that are well wrapped they should arrive in great condition!
    Yes, thanks, Closet. That was what I was thinking. I am just wondering in what type of container I should package the cookies to maintain freshness. Any one have any ideas?

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