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July 02, 2012


Mary Lou

I got a Kindle for Christmas, the classics were what convinced me, too. Even though there is a part of me that fears the collapse of technology and all the books will be gone. I bought the Brothers of Gwynedd as well. I also thought I could get Kindle books from the library. Which I can, but access to them is pretty limited, as the publishers are happy with the set up. Oh well.


I love my kindle. There is not a single day that I am not using it. Everything from novels to crochet/knitting pattern books, to cook books is on there, even a couple of gardening books. My friend in Texas has one that she takes to the hospital with her when she has her treatments. Once there she catches up on her emails with her kindle! But what I love best about my kindle is that I don't have to sacrifice a single book during a move nor do books take up luggage space when I travel. And it is lighter than many books I read.

All that aside, I love the colors in the knitted object in the image. I am going to order the wools this afternoon based on those colors and it will be the afgan I make this winter.

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