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books on the dresser

I bought a new book yesterday. It’s getting a little  out of hand…

books on the stairs

books on the stairs

I keep giving them away, yet they seem to be multiplying like rabbits.

books on the nightstand

books on the nightstand

There are actual bookshelves in this house…

books on the bathtub

books on the bathtub

There are several bookshelves actually, with books on them….

more books

more books on the dresser

See that book up there ^ with the ripped cover?  The title is “Getting Things Done” … I started it several years ago and never got it done…

books on the coffee table with MoonPie eying them warily

books on the coffee table with Moon Pie eyeing them warily

…and don’t even get me started on the journals…

journals on the floors

journals on the floors


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