I‘ve just started this charming little tale. 🎄
Spent most of the morning on campus, probably the longest I've been there since graduating. Caught up with some people I haven't seen in a couple of years, and set up my alumni card for library access (got tagged book for research). Then got a card for another public library - a library-tastic day!
The wind was absolutely bitter though so now I'm home with a hot drink to warm up. And books! Life is good.
#bookmail #HappyPubDay 📪📚
This little beauty was here when I got home after work! 😍
Thinking of using it as a #doubledip for #Pop2020 and #Booked2020 for next year....
This would work for Makes you LOL, #ThinkPink or Pink covers, Millenial authors and for Pop challenge for Set in an Olympic city (London)....... 🤓
When you go back to work full-time after 4 1/2 years and you‘re exhausted because you kinda know the industry you‘re in but you kinda don‘t so there‘s a learning curve - and on your first day, you find THIS waiting for you from your BFF - who also held my hand this entire year while I looked for job. I wish everyone could have a @MicheleinPhilly in their life. Friendship is also a love story. ❤️
The BFG is neglected now that I‘m gone all day! 😹
I was totally blown away by this wonderful Toni Morrison documentary “The Pieces I am.”I was trying to get to a theater to see it, small films don‘t stay around very long.She is amazing & to see her fellow writers sing her praises is wonderful.Watch for it , time well spent.
#PoetryMatters - Home: I don‘t remember how I found this poem. When you read poetry it comes to you from several different places. Whatever I was doing on the day of this discovery I was in the right place at the right time. It has the weight of an anthem & the urgency of a black & white truth. The poet wrote it while at a deportation center after visiting an abandoned Somali Embassy in Rome that had been turned into a home by some young refugees.