In My Pocket (14)

The Book Vixen's In My Pocket

In My Pocket is a new weekly feature where J9 and I share some of the links we’ve collected in Pocket. (To find out what Pocket is and how to use it, check out my tutorial on Pocket.) Some links will be book-related while some may be off-topic. Who knows what you’ll find in our Pocket ;) And if you use Pocket, we invite you to share what’s in your Pocket as well.


Since it’s J9’s birthday today (and she’s busy stuffing her face with cake, like a birthday girl should be doing), it’s just me. But I have enough links to keep you busy ;)

 

In Brianna's Pocket:



Happy Friday Open-mouthed smile

About Brianna: Supermom by day, naughty reader by night. Addicted to chocolate, Twitter, her iPad, her Kindle, and 99¢ Kindle deals. You can follow Brianna on Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads, and Instagram.

10 comments:

  1. Mmmmm.....I love my birthday post! Thanks Brianna, you rock!

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  2. USPS could stop delivering to me period. The only thing I get in my mailbox is junk mail. I get all my bills online now.

    Really the only thing I need the USPS for is to send and receive books that do not come buy UPS.

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    1. I still get mail via USPS but shutting off the service on Saturdays won't bother me in the slightest.

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  3. You have NO IDEA how much you just made my week, year, life with that Boy Meets World news! I AM SO EXCITED! I loved that show, and still watch it in the mornings when I can. <3

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  4. The "Perfect Match" commercial was probably the worst commercial I've seen probably ever. *shudders

    According to the article I read USPS is only stopping delivery of First Class Mail. From what I read I'm pretty sure they'll still be delivering Media Mail (Yay books!!) and express packages. I'm not sure how much sense that makes as far as cost saving measures. At this point though I think anything would help.

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    1. You're right; that's what I read too. Why only stop FCM but continue to deliver other types of mail? How is that saving money? I think I'm missing something....

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