Village Books looks full-ish, but I'm told we have 23 boxes yet to unpack! I blather on about a book and reach for it (to show a customer) and (wait for it) IT'S NOT THERE!
Just now wondering how long I can use the "just moved" excuse for my general disorganization...
A large cache of great stuff just came in (Thanks, Dave!) including a couple Chuck Paliahniuks, Bang the Drum Slowly (for you baseball types) and a pile of Richard Price. I just got a lovely (and strange) vintage booklet, Aunt Lydia's Rug Yarn Collection, for those lovely (and strange) knitting folk. Jeff made six new iron hooks, so anyone who has been looking - we're re-stocked for now.
I just finished watching a BBC version of Little Dorrit (Dickens, you know) and think that might be my next re-read, while A Place of My Own, by Michael Pollan (Omnivore's Dilemna) is my "new" read. Along with four or five others, as usual.
Our brick & mortar home is at 18 Waldoboro Rd., Washington, Maine. We're across the street from the Village Park & Luce's Barn/Village Market. Plenty of parking in our driveway, in the park or along the road.
Come visit the cashmere goats, Winnie & Lucy, sit in the garden & read or browse the shelves! SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON USED FIBER/KNITTING BOOKS. LIST OF TITLES available at email@example.com
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