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micki
Feb 6, 2018
I really enjoyed this puzzle. Since I work in a library, it was just up my alley, so to speak. These being school books, and seeing that the titles are not in English, I'm wondering where this school is located. It's so disheartening to see how some of my patrons return the books...wet, torn pages, and with food stains. I wonder how they were brought up?
leia7
Dec 11, 2017
I think it's disheartening that books are becoming obsolete. I like to turn the page and simply enjoy everything a book has to offer. The computer screen bothers my eyes and it's just not the same experience.
cannj
Dec 12, 2017
I agree! There's nothing like holding a book and the anticipation of turning the page!
retirenow14
Dec 13, 2017
I prefer reading books as opposed to my Fire. They are finally making tablets that are easier on the eyes. My new Fire bought a couple months ago is much less stressful to read books and news articles on than my old one bought over two years ago. I was using eye drops at least three times a day, as stinging and burning was a problem. Much less need for the drops when using the new product.
carolsapple
Jan 26, 2018
Your eyes might be causing you problems from looking at a screen too long. I have eye problems now as well. I get headaches - the screen can cause glare. I used to work with my dad in his office and the bookkeeper was in the offfice. I turned in my time sheet and asked for aspirin. My father looks at me and says why and the bookkeeper had to come to my defense.
leia7
Jan 26, 2018
After 15 minutes is when it starts bothering me. That was even before I needed glasses. Thanks for the insight :)
carolsapple
Jan 27, 2018
I have to wear glasses now - had to renew my drivers lic. I took the eye test and couldn't pass it. I was really embarrassed. I was told to go to an eye doctor and then return. Told I needed glasses - then she mentions why. Now young kids are having neck problems because of the cell phone.
retirenow14
Jan 27, 2018
I knew the neck problems would occur sooner or later. When I was driving the county bus, it seemed wherever I went I saw people with poor posture and heads bent over phones. Young people in the 70's when I was in high school/college did not have such poor posture. Backpacks in which books, sports stuff, etc. are hauled daily for many years of their young lives deserve some credit for this problem. I can see back, neck, and eyesight problems occurring at younger ages within a decade.
orinoco
Dec 11, 2017
Beautiful bindings!
darambo
Dec 11, 2017
You are right Orinoco these are beautiful books and expensive I bet. I have one of the walls in my living room made into a bookcase ( that is full ). I also have a collection of about 200 cookbooks in the kitchen. My husband said I was not allowed to buy anymore, hahaha! I just love books.
JAMP124
Dec 11, 2017
I now have room in my kitchen for a dedicated bookcase ---- dedicated to cookbooks. I love it!
CatLadyOKC
Dec 11, 2017
I've got a 3 shelf bookcase at one end of my kitchen cabinets, and when that got full I added another shelf on the wall up high for more of them. Have never counted them. Books that are fiction that I read I pass them to our local library. My sewing room as four shelves on one wall that are for sewing & etc.
darambo
Dec 12, 2017
Jamp and CatLady nice to know I'm not the only one who is addicted to books, hahaha ;-)!!! Stay safe.
carolsapple
Jan 26, 2018
My mother had 3 book shelves full of cookbooks.
dbnc2
Jan 26, 2018
I got a lot of cook books and quilting books also
some novels too
now I read ebooks on the computer
I can make the print bigger
orinoco
Jan 27, 2018
True, I fought against the ebook reader, saying it would never replace paper. But being able to make the print as big as I need it, and able to carry over a thousand books in my handbag, won me over! I sleep very badly sometimes, it's nice to be able to lie comfortably in bed (warmer in winter, cooler in summer under the AC) and read without bothering hubby.
ParsonWayne
Dec 11, 2017
I used to have a library like this - over 5, 000 books, but they were so heavy to move. Now I have about 15, 000 books in my computer and they don't seem to add much weight to the computer.
sisgp
Dec 11, 2017
Ha Ha Ha :-)
pixipixil
Dec 11, 2017
I bought my husband a Nook to download books but he still buys the print versions--a wallfull and more every week.
It doesn't add much to his (or my) IQ but it keeps him happy. Of course it might help my IQ if a read a few. I think he actually reads some of them--as long as the NYT has given them a good review. It's just as well his IQ isn't any higher. He might consider me even dumber than he does now. Only kidding here. He doesn't think I'm dumb--just wrong...most of the time.
ParsonWayne
Dec 16, 2017
When I married Miss Right, I didn't realize her first name was Always.
pixipixil
Dec 16, 2017
That could work if you both are always in agreement. You can both be always right.
My husband likes to tell me he got his left side blown off in the war but he's all right now.
(PS he was never in any war.)
carolsapple
Jan 26, 2018
Lol
carolsapple
Jan 26, 2018
That's funny you two posted - my grandfather - dads dad would tease my grandmother - even when she was in a room. One day he told me that he teased his mil and said the wife was almost beautiful. The mil replied excuse me? He replies oh no I said most beautiful.
debbie8327
Dec 16, 2017
I love to read
dbnc2
Dec 16, 2017
Me too
Honeybeez
Dec 12, 2017
Love to read!
cindylou1
Dec 11, 2017
I've been reading since age two. I collect cookbooks now.
dbnc2
Dec 11, 2017
I love to read
I read more on the computer now cause I can make the print bigger
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