it’s not all about food.

I think I get this whole kindle-nook thing. I can download books onto my fancy phone if I want, it came with Alice In Wonderland already on it, I read a few pages, I felt the thrill of new to me technology “oooooo, shiny”. then I thought about one of my favorite getting to know you things when I make new friends. going to their home for the first time and checking out their book shelves, finding the new ones, or the very loved ones. and where are you supposed to hide letters for the CIA or your church flask?


One response to this post.

  1. ooh, the bookshelf problem is a serious one. I don’t have as many books as I used to, but I still love the feeling of perusing someone’s shelves. Plus, I like giving meaningful book gifts – I don’t see that working on an e-reader.


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