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First, imagine if you will, the sleepy but mysterious village of Little Hangleton, and what happened at the Riddle House. No, the Riddle House is not a place for riddles, but a home where the family died of fright. The man accused of murdering them was eventually released, but when he returns to the Riddle House, he overhears a curious conversation between someone named Wormtail and a terrible, dark presence by the name of Lord Voldemort -- oh, so sorry He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. Volde…

First, imagine if you will, the sleepy but mysterious village of Little Hangleton, and what happened at the Riddle House. No, the Riddle House is not a place for riddles, but a home where the family died of fright. The man accused of murdering them was eventually released, but when he returns to the Riddle House, he overhears a curious conversation between someone named Wormtail and a terrible, dark presence by the name of Lord Voldemort -- oh, so sorry He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. Volde…

50 Children's Books You Should Definitely Reread as an Adult

50 Children's Books You Should Definitely Reread as an Adult

July 18, 2011- July 26, 2011: "People find it easier to forgive others for being wrong than being right."AD 96; "It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more." AD 566

July 18, 2011- July 26, 2011: "People find it easier to forgive others for being wrong than being right."AD 96; "It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more." AD 566

"I knew I could do it, because I'd already done it. Does that makes sense?"  "No Harry..."                  ~Harry and Hermione

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

"I knew I could do it, because I'd already done it. Does that makes sense?" "No Harry..." ~Harry and Hermione

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter #3)  by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter #3) by J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: JK Rowling. Re-read. This is definitely the Harry Potter book I've read the least (this is only my second time through it.) It has some definite rambling I could do without (most of the time between when they start running and finally destroy the locket Horcrux), but overall I just love it. The Battle of Hogwarts is just epic. I shed a tear again this time when Hedwig dies and for Fred. I love Neville's underground resistance movement.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: JK Rowling. Re-read. This is definitely the Harry Potter book I've read the least (this is only my second time through it.) It has some definite rambling I could do without (most of the time between when they start running and finally destroy the locket Horcrux), but overall I just love it. The Battle of Hogwarts is just epic. I shed a tear again this time when Hedwig dies and for Fred. I love Neville's underground resistance movement.

It's About Time: Preparing the Harvest - 1600s Food & Cooking in Europe

It's About Time: Preparing the Harvest - 1600s Food & Cooking in Europe

File:Vermeer, Johannes - Woman reading a letter - ca. 1662-1663.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

File:Vermeer, Johannes - Woman reading a letter - ca. 1662-1663.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Vivir para contarla" de Gabriel García Márquez, mi abuelo Guillermo Dávila es mencionado en el Capítulo 7 (http://soundsontheroad.tumblr.com/post/18847046597/mi-abuelo-en-vivir-para-contarla-de-gabriel-garcia).

"Vivir para contarla" de Gabriel García Márquez, mi abuelo Guillermo Dávila es mencionado en el Capítulo 7 (http://soundsontheroad.tumblr.com/post/18847046597/mi-abuelo-en-vivir-para-contarla-de-gabriel-garcia).

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