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Jenny Hodges. Tampa Librarian. Book Lover. Weight Watcher. Fitness Buff. SharePoint Wife. Mom to Irish Triplets. Living and Traveling in the Autism World.


2. August 2015 11:26
by jennifer
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Push Away the Screen: Haunted Asheville Vampire and Occult Tour

2. August 2015 11:26 by jennifer | 2 Comments

On an overcast Friday evening in July, my family had the opportunity to experience a little known side of Downtown Asheville, North Carolina. Their website described the tour as THE tour for intellectuals. During the 2 hour tour we were going to learn about the local vampire scene, tribal rites in Pritchard Park, dark spirits on Church Street, Native American mysticism, and much more. This tour includes late-night access to the Asheville Mystery Museum where you'll see artifacts ... [More]

31. July 2015 07:50
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Push Away the Screen: Hollywild Animal Park

31. July 2015 07:50 by jennifer | 1 Comments

On our recent visit to North Carolina, my family was invited to visit Hollywild Animal Park. Hollywild is just over the state line in South Carolina, so a quick drive from our cottage in Lake Lure, NC. My oldest daughter Haley went to Hollywild with her grandma and great aunts 3 or 4 years ago and loved it! We knew it was a MUST do activity for our annual family vacation.  While we waited for the park director to meet up with us for our private tour the kids enjoyed looking at the peacocks... [More]

29. July 2015 07:37
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What I'm Reading Wednesday

29. July 2015 07:37 by jennifer | 3 Comments

Here we are, another Wednesday. What am I reading this week? Last week I said I had several books to choose from, but I decided to go with an "older" book. Not a classic, but a book published in 2012. Gone Girl.  I read the book in 2012, and while I liked it, I didn't LOVE it. Most of my friends loved it so I seriously wondered if something was wrong with me.  Then the movie came out in 2014 and I really really liked the movie. It's not like me to like a movie more than a book. In fact... [More]