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Eat Pray Love; Elizabeth Gilbert - Not quite as good as it was cracked up to be & some spots seemed harder to read than others but I definitely enjoyed this book.
Plagued with despair after a nasty divorce, the author, in her early 30s, divides a year equally among three dissimilar countries, exploring her competing urges for earthly delights and divine transcendence.
I Had A Favorite Dress - Boni Ashburn's charming story, sweetly illustrated by Julia Denos, tells of a young fashion plate who loves her favorite dress so much that she just can't part with it. A few snip-snip-sew-sews later, and her mother transforms it into a shirt, then a tank, then a skirt, and you won't believe what else!
the book lover [Artist Unknown] posted by Alexis Orloff via flickr. Reader, Young Man, Book Stack, Parrot. Vintage Illustration.
What I say when people tell me they wish they had time to read like I do. I have time to read because I don't watch much TV.
Bookshelf porn. I actually have done this with my own collection of books with one of my many old suitcases that I collect. In fact, I use old suitcases for night-stands and cabinets--the shoe pocket is great for things you want to conceal in an open place.