Okay, so I think my sister is reading this and shaking her head because she can't believe I'm showing this but this is the other side of the bed. The lovely half-circle table is a bit obscured by the books piled on it. I'm showing this since one of my friends commented yesterday that I needed to make sure that I had plenty of books to read while I recover from my shoulder surgery. That is not a problem. I have a book stash to rival my fabric stash. I think I have a deep-seated fear of being without something to read so I enter a book store the same way I enter a quilt shop. Eyes gleaming, heart pounding and wallet wide open.
I am still a book reader. I love to hold the books, turn the pages and visually see how far I am into the book. I'm sure that someday I will succumb and get an e-reader but not yet. The only problem will be trying to decide which book to read next.
I just finished reading Dreams of Joy by Lisa See. It was an amazing book. It is the sequel to her book, Shanghai Girls. I am always amazed by the amount of research authors do to write a book of this scope. It is well worth the read.
Now back to the sewing. Almost finished!