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You might notice that my bookshelves do not only shelve books. There is an airplane, the box with the remains of our beloved cat Jane, some artwork from a friend that we haven’t hung up yet, and some unidentified stuffed toy. Bookshelves in our house…

Started reading the Decameron written in 1348 during the Black plague. 100 stories in 10 days. Amazing!

I have a small house and an affinity for old dictionaries. Hence my reference book end table. And yes, War and Peace is there merely because it fit. No, I haven’t read it.

My bookshelves are small and mostly gardening books.

Each morning I awaken to find my bedside books piled in a different order than the night before; each is fighting for ‘pride of place’, hoping to be the next one I will read!


Here are my bookshelves. And I really do keep them this neat.
There is one sentimental book in the lot - Mr. McFadden's Hallowe'en by Rumer Godden. I read it in the 6th grade and as a result, dressed up as a jack-o-lantern for book report day.…

These little owls are from the 1960's.
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