Monthly Archives: July 2018

Coffee and books…

“How many languages do you speak?” “Does Pig-Latin count?” she asked, sipping her coffee. “I’m not sure,” he laughed. “Why? Do you have an overwhelming need to tell me how many languages you speak?” “Only if you want to know,” … Continue reading

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Quote: H. Jackson Brown Jr., writer

Watch the sunrise at least once a year, put a lot of marshmallows in your hot chocolate, lie on your back and look at the strs, never buy a coffee table you can’t put your feet on, never pass up … Continue reading

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Love…a tale

“Is this seat taken?” he asked, smiling at her. She looked around the empty room and said, “Yes.” “How about the one on the other side?” “That one’s taken too,” she said.  “I’m early for a meeting and I’m saving … Continue reading

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Yet — A Pondering Mind

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Quote: Besa Kosova…literacy advocate/poet

A homeless man visited my store today. The few quarters that he had in his pocket he invested on books.  I offered him free books, but he insisted on giving me his quarters. He walked away filled with joy as … Continue reading

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The Bookstore…A tiny story

“Bunny,” said Joey, softly.  “Are you a Fairy Princess?” She shrugged.  “I don’t know.  Maybe.  The man said I was.” “Do you remember where you were before you started living in the alley, with the rest of us?” “Uhhhh…mmm.  I … Continue reading

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One of my flower pots…

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