Nothing like a brand new book or two to cheer one up, even if they are ‘only’ school books. This pile of brand new school books arrived today. I received them in exchange for a small fortune.. They contain – I hope – the knowledge I need to pass the next lot of exams AND […]
A couple of weeks (= now months) ago, I would have sworn I knew how to use a library.
Now, I’m not so sure…
I haven’t written lately. You can blame Geoff from TanGental. I don’t really have a lot of time to spare for either reading or writing when I’m at home, so I use my commute for both. The commuting time for the whole of the last week has been taken up with reading Geoff’s book: “Dead […]
I saw this in a vending machine yesterday and thought it had potential, even though I didn’t want to buy the one, rather specialised book they were offering (“The destruction of the town library in Leipzig in 2003”).
I moved to Berlin in January. Most of my things moved in after me. Most of them still live in the boxes we moved them in. For the last few months my bookcase looked like this: No[t much] longer! First, the DB chose a good space for a bookcase. Then we measured it. Then I […]
“Dreams are illustrations from the book your soul is writing about you” – Marsha Norman (If this is true, mine’s going to be a very odd book..)
If there’s a book you really want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it. – Toni Morrison
< or chaos to passable in something like 40 steps > I Crisis Cleaned as mentioned in my last post. This is “how to make your house presentable in lots of hectic steps” – I’ve grouped them roughly by room/area even though they definitely weren’t done in order. It’s probably not an interesting read (unless […]
My new stool rocks! 🙂 I have just got back from the church bazaar. I set out to help sell lunch tokens (which I think I already mentioned ;)) and since I was offered a lift home and a meal as a reward, I stuck around to help out with tidying up. As a result, […]