The spice must flow.
Neat picture. Too bad we can't see what *used* to be on your nightstand reading BTW...
Thanks to Library Thing, you can see what's on my bookshelves at home. Most of the books have appeared on my nightstand (or PDM's) at one time or another. And I take so long to get through a book now that you aren't likely to miss much, even if you only stop in here once a month!
Seems like I am having the same problem. It's taking me longer and longer to read a book. Wonder why. Neat picture of your kitty.
I know why it takes me longer to read a book these days. If I try to read anything requiring serious thought, the internets are often just too distracting. I'm glad I got my water treatment license before we got a computer.
minnesota and dr s - I know why it takes me forever to read a book. I mostly do it at bedtime, and tend to fall asleep rather quickly.ll - You know it!
Happy Mother's Day! Four-legged babies need love too!
You're so clever. Most of my cat pictures turn out like that, because the little darlings can't sit still...I generally delete them.
How long did it take you to put your books into Library Thing? Are those only books you've read or all that you own or is it a work in progress? I dread attempting to input mine. It'll take me a year or ten.
I just downloaded a picture like this from my camera this morning. It isn't nearly as artistic as yours. Yours definitely turned out great. Mine, on the other hand, is simply a very annoying blurry image of what would otherwise have been a fantastic capture.
dr s - those ungrateful kitties didn't even get me a card...kat - sometimes the motion-blurred photos look cool. I have a few posted on Flickr. As for Library Thing, I take the laptop in and sit next to the bookshelves. I do a few rows at a time, and input by ISBN. Most of the books are in there now. I've probably missed the newer ones because I forget to put them in after I get 'em home.MW - the motion shots are hit or miss. I have a lot more bad ones than good.
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