Random because the photos on my memory card seem to be displayed in no particular order. Some toward the top and others way at the bottom, even though they were all taken in the last few days. Oh well.
We begin with visitors to the bird feeders. This was the first time I'd seen this rabbit out and about. He was enjoying fallen seeds.
Some APCs for a swap entitled "Females and Text". Those are the only requirements.
ATCs for a "Unicorn" swap.
And, last but not least, I went to a library book sale. Once again, with intentions to get only a few books. They wouldn't let me do that! The ten cent books were on sale. A box-full for 50 cents!! I asked her what qualified as a "box" and she pointed to a pile of boxes of varying sizes against one wall. "But," she said, "if you want to bring in a refrigerator box, that would be okay, too." They are absolutely swamped with donated books and are struggling to keep up. Well, I didn't get a fridge box. Just a medium-size rum box. I filled it up just as I was running out of time. Had to get back home to help with school pickup. But I also visited the "Literature" room (Many of the books are similar to some in the ten cent room. Organization is pretty casual.) and got a good stack from there, and some children's books. They were $1 per bag. The lady said she felt bad that I didn't completely fill my bag. Sorry! I didn't feel bad, lol. So, here are some pics. (You'll notice over the years I re-buy some titles, don't read them, re-donate them, re-buy them later, etc.)
|Got several drawing books for the big girls. They had already taken two home with them.|
|I couldn't pass this up! Eighty-two of Richard Scarry's stories. My grands aren't into him so much, but he brings back memories of my kids' childhood.|
|The Normal Christian Church Life-Watchman Nee; Rees Howells: Intercessor; The Believers; A Shortened History of England by Trevelyan|
|The Chimes by Charles Dickens (curious), Dear Mad'm by Patterson (The story of an old lady who decides to live back in the mountains.) From the Orange Mailbox: Notes from a Few Country Acres by Clark. (Never heard of it.)|
|A pink sunset from a while back.|
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