Books are the quietest and most constant of friends;
they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors,
and the most patient of teachers.
Charles W. Eliot
Tell me what is on your night table and I’ll tell you who you are
Outside weather wet and grey, not really conducive to any photograph taking so I decided for a change
to let you in and show you what my night table looks like. Come on in and let me explain…
A sock puppet, Sweet Son’s last year sewing project from school
Michael Connelly’s The Overlook
Cornelia Funke’s Inkheart
A beautiful watch given to me by Lovely husband’s uncle last Summer
A wooden book mark from Sweet Son Wood Work class this year
Four rings I often wear and love very much
The Power of Focus from Les Hewitt
Vivre en Paix (Live in Peace) by Thierry Jansen
All these on top of the vision board I had created two years ago.
Four books at the same time? I can see you smile…The truth is I started all of them and still have to finish one
To do the reading I’d love to, I either need at least three more hours a day, or to learn speed reading
and at this very moment none of those options are mine…
So what’s a girl to do, but to be hopeful and keep the books she wishes to finish close by?
What are the books on your night table, dear friend?