Having found this set of bookshelf letters on Cipriano's blog, along with the idea of being shelf-actualized, I had to share them with you. I wouldn't know how to shelve my books inside those letters.
"You'll find it in the curve of the D," I'd say. Or perhaps: "I think that book is on the cross-bar of the A."On the right are two sets of my shelving units, six shelves high. At Friday's party, Donna and I met another woman who used to own a bookstore (I didn't get a photo of her), who talked about having "a couple of bookshelves" of books. I was astounded, as I have six shelving units like these in my bedroom alone. How many bookshelves do you have at your house?
Two other women at the party also discussed books with me. One asked if I have a Kindle, as she would be able to share her copy of a book with me. The woman sitting at her table has a Nook, but I have neither, having chosen (so far) to read my books the old-fashioned way. What do you folks think about e-readers and e-books?
We celebrated Jaxon's first birthday Saturday, at the firehall. His daddy, who is my grandson, is a fireman. His grandfather on his mother's side of the family is the fire chief, so lots of connection to this firehall.
a book about twins this weekend, reminding me that these cousins are actually half-sisters, because their mothers (my daughters) are identical twins. I have an interesting family.
This evening, I attended Cady's dance recital and went out to eat with the family afterwards. Wearing her stage makeup, Cady looks older than her eleven years. It was a busy day!
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