Most everything about our library is good except the change of name to Linc. Evidently our library 'lincs' to many other parts of bookish delights around the state and of course there are the education aspects of it all as well. I still refer to our library as the State Library and will be hard pressed to say, "Why, I got that book just the other day at the Linc."
Tuesday is my library day. Each Tuesday I attend the Play Reading class at our U3A (University of the Third Age) for us old retired people. Mind you I do turn up on my hotrod 300 cc scooter so don't get the wrong picture of what this old retiree is like. I wear my cons most of the time too because we all know with a good pair of sneakers we can run faster and jump higher.
After the U3A class I go to the two main Op shops to look for Penguin books. Vinnies and the Red Cross Book shop. They often feature in my posts. Then onto the library. Best thing about riding the old 300 Penguino scooter, as he is called is it is so easy to park in the library lot where parking is at a premium.
The Library Loot this week is quite varied and heaps of fun and also has things to keep me awake at night.
Women are supposed to be tender and loving- not cold hearted killers, knife wielding vampires or gun toting hijackers. Yet throughout history, there's been no shortage of less than law abiding ladies.
Hey you know we all have our moments.
This is the story of the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko and the Return of the KGB. I thought I'd have a listen to it and see what led up to all of the turmoil around this incident.
I am a bit concerned when I think about my Loot this week. If I really leave winter mood and delve into these I may come out as a very chicly (such a word?) dressed female fatale with a Buddhist attitude travelling around looking for great food to cook. What happens to you if you combine all the themes of your Library Loot this week? Oops ......another fun game for bloggers to play.
I will let you know how I go with these. They all look great and I' m starting today with the Library reads.