Why We Need Love, edited by Simon Van Booy
Actually, it was really quite touching how the weaver, Silas, claimed the small child who toddled into his home. After I really got going on Silas Marner, the rest of the story was a breeze and then I enjoyed the usual thought-provoking mix of readings that comprised the rest of the book. I've read the entire series of Simon's philosophy books, now, and will review both Why We Need Love and Why Our Decisions Don't Matter, soon.
After I finished reading Why We Need Love, I moved on to
Detectives Don't Wear Seatbelts by Cici McNair.Cici McNair spent years saving her pennies in preparation for her escape
I'm sure they'd look even more interesting if I hadn't managed to break my ancient macro lens, a year or two ago. I snapped the photos above with my little point-and-shoot. I'm shopping for a macro lens, now.
But, hey! I had fun!! Two books finished and a bit of fun taking bubble pics! I'm calling Wednesday a success.
Just walked in:
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