Showing posts from February, 2018

Library Loot: At Least, What the Cat Will Reveal

I love My Library. Often I visit virtually, but I treasure my trips to the wonderful building. I traveled to my local branch Friday afternoon, and I carried out some really good books on home organization, world history, sci fi, and more.

My cat Ginger — pictured below with (or, rather, on) my library loot — supports my reading, as long as my lap remains available for her occupation. So far, so good.

My Library helped me channel my Inner Organizer with a few books on home organization and decluttering. When I got the message from the library that my books were ready, I hurried on over to pick up:

Love the home you haveLiving simple, free & happy: how to simplify, declutter your home and reduce stress, debt, and wasteKnack organizing your home: decluttering solutions and storage ideas
Whether or not any of that wisdom sticks, My Library did its part.

I had considered writing a Haggadah for my family because I had yet to find one that inspired me (nothing personal, brother-in-law…