Saturday, November 08, 2008

Reading

Since today is Saturday, a day of rest, this sign should have an impact on your home-time. I discovered this wise suggestion in a cozy corner of the bookstore owned by Garrison Keillor of Prairie Home Companion fame. Have yourself a good read this week-end!

17 comments:

  1. Great capture! I like that sign! A good advice indeed.

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  2. I couldn't have said it better myself. One is never alone if one has something to read.


    PS Thank you for the comment!
    PS2 Congratulations with the President Elect! He has support from Europe.

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  3. Good suggestion Kate...
    Good read for You...

    Nice photo !

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  4. I do like the sentiment but what about all those errands and chores???? Is this "Lake Wobegon Books"?

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  5. Great shot. I love his radio show sooo much. It DOES go along with my post today. Thanks Kate!
    V

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  6. Words to live by :)

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  7. I'm going to do what it's said! Have a good week end, Kate.

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  8. Thank you, I shall. Right now I am reading Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin. Its about one man's mission to promote peace one school at a time.
    Its a fascinating read.

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  9. ah but for some of us reading IS work.

    but i love it just the same.

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  10. Hi Kate - great advice - and great shot!

    /Kathrine in Copenhagen

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  11. I love Garrison Keillor. I used to like his TV show. It was always so relaxing to watch him talk about the folks in his hometown.

    I have a small award for you at my place.

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  12. The weather has been so lovely here in Southern CA I love to sit outside in my backyard with a book. Birds in the feeder, and a squirrel or two eating peanuts.

    Good advice for a weekend or anytime.

    LOL:Wanda

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  13. I have lots of time on my hand these days, and have started reading again. One of the good things about my current situation!

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  14. Good suggestion. I like how the photo looks like there is was a secret library behind a block wall.

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  15. I am most definitely for working less!!! I would love to have more time to read - work is my devil

    Hope you are well, Kate! =)

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  16. Do you think that motto would work with my boss? I'd much rather spend my time reading than working.

    I should be so lucky, right? *VBG*

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  17. Love this one, Kate!
    I also love GK's attitude on life, "Happy to be here!"

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