Thursday, 6 January 2011

Moving stuff around

In a moment of utter madness yesterday, we decided to purchase a large item of rustic French furniture. The deed isn't done yet, because we had to make sure our ceilings were high enough and walls wide enough to fit the dresser from the Loire. After much measuring and discussion, we decided we could fit it, but ONLY if we moved most of our books and CDs to other parts of the house. One of the shelves which has to be moved is made of iron and takes two men to lift it (when it is empty).
We can feel very pleased with ourselves, as we have sorted through a lot of items today, cleaned, found things behind shelving we thought was lost and have given endless amusement to our 9 month old kitten, who has played around us, tapped ornaments, chased dust balls and taken a nano second away from chasing insects.
I love other people's bookshelves, it tells me a lot about them. So, I invite you to amble around some of mine, so that you can try and analyse me:-)





4 comments:

Amin said...

Peharps,there are lot of interesting books in Your little library ...

Ilanadavita said...

I have really enjoyed this little visit.
You and I share a lot of books in common. :-)

Rob Taylor said...

What a diverse shelf. You two certainly have a variety of interests between you!

sparrow said...

HI Rob, all these books are mine. My dearly beloved's bookshelves are much more theological and economical (if you see what I mean:-)