Make your books your companions; let your book shelves be your gardens: bask in their beauty, gather their fruit, pluck their roses, take their spice and myrrh.
I am a bibliophile. I love books. I don't tend to read much fiction these days but I read a lot of factual stuff. There is a book shop in a suburb nearby which sells books for $5 each. Usually I try and avoid it but I was looking for a book for P:-)'s granddaughter so I stepped inside. Once inside I am trapped. I cannot walk out empty handed. I bought myself 3 books. At $5 each they are such bargains!
The first is a cook book.
|Slow cooker book|
I love my slow cooker. I find it especially useful on Sundays. We arrive back from church around 7:30 on Sunday evening and it is great to have something all ready to go.
|Inside cook book|
The next book I bought was about world architecture.
The third book I bought is about journal writing.
It has lots of ideas for drawing and painting which may be useful for school.
Of course now I will have to follow my rule of getting rid of 2 books for each one I buy. This means getting rid of 6 books. I haven't given it much thought yet, but I shall have to choose them in the next day or so.