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Which are your favorite sites for shopping online?

here are a few of my favorite sites: ~ such a cute site, honest customer service, lots of love for pancake meow ~i've spent loads of time and money on zappos, their brand list just seem to get longer and more impressive. linda loudermilk? are you kidding me? zappos is perfection from shopping to ordering, to returning (if you must). ~ fun silly designs and stuff stuff stuff, probably don't need most of it but fun to browse through. ~i've had my eye on her site for so long and i've yet to buy something. her stuff is adorable. ~v-neck t-shirts, dresses, pencil skirts, hoodies, socks and an organic line!  good customer service. i love the reviews too. ~ i've spent too much money here too. good gifts and great service. ~ fun to browse even if you're not vegan. much education to be had and plenty of yummy things to buy! ~ love to look here, never bought any thing though. next month we'll be close to this boutique so i'm looking forward to checking it out in person. ~ oooo patricia, you crazy girl, a blast to browse and i hope to go to her nyc shop next week! i've bought one thing on line last summer and all was smooth. ~ love this online shop! great customer service! great clothes and prices. highly recommended.

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When you were younger, did your parents ever send you away for the summer?  What was the experience like?
Brought to you by the movie Georgia Rule.

when i was 15 i went to europe for 5 1/2 weeks with my step-grandmother and brother. we flew from seattle to madrid, stayed in salamanca and took a train to el ferrol. next we flew to london, took a hover craft across the english channel, spent time in france, belguim, amsterdam, germany, austria, switzerland and italy. i felt so lucky. i met beautiful people, got to hang out with my brother, got to see so many things. i certainly felt worldly and a little amazing when i returned. starting 10th grade that fall had seemed like such a big deal before the trip. but upon returning i just felt different. tom robbins said in jitterbug perfume, "perhaps the most terrible (or wonderful) thing that can happen to an imaginative youth, aside from the curse (or blessing) of imagination itself is to be exposed without preparation to the life outside of his or her own sphere- the sudden revelation that there is a there out there." that's what it felt like for me and it was wonderful.

today we went to santa cruz and ate at cafe la vie and got dessert from black china bakery. i wore a tee from threadless, light blue with a puzzle block heart and a norma kamali striped shrug.

eliot kept on saying happy birthday to me today and he once said happy mother's day to daddy. pretty cute!

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Where do you do your online shopping?

* shoes and handbags and recently added clothing. excellent customer service, i think the best on the    web.

* know, they're good but they are getting a bit tricky with over priced  shipping.

*, crafty and silly stuff.

* yummy fashion.
*! and lots of them!

* crafty and beautiful stuff. but you have to act quickly, the one of a kind stuff is the best and it goes quickly.

*, crafts, jewelry, paintings. worth checking out.

and i still love to browse urban outfitters and anthropologie on line, but there are better sales generally in your local stores.

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