Sunday, January 18, 2009

at the library


One of our outings yesterday was to the public library. Over the rest of the weekend we'll read what we checked out, and think about a remarkable man. And even though it's all relative with children, this is a slow, quiet weekend for us, which I love.

3 comments:

Ms. Wis./Each Little World said...

Good morning, Lecia! I just made the Contessa's Savory Palmiers this morning to take to a Hardy Plant Society Brunch in a couple of hours. Then it's a movie at the Historical Society and a stop a the library to pick up my books that have come in. Yay, our branch library is now open on Sunday afternoons this winter. What a treat. I love the childrens' kitchen and you are so right about the memories of all these corners of your home. Some of our childhood kitchen toys are on the third generation!

Ina J Offret said...

Just arrived home to balmy Anchorage! The main roads are dry but the side roads are just made for ice hockey.... I am enjoying The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry, a first novel (fiction) set in Salem, MA --very interesting characters and a mysterious story involving lace reading, modern day witches, disappearances, and what may or may not be the truth..... Ms. Barry spins a slightly dark tale, and I am finding I can't stay away from the story for very long...... xo

pve design said...

fond memories of library trips with my Mom too. Great photo.