I found this book accidentally at the secondhand book shop and couldn’t resist picking it up. I’ve got it on my bookshelf now, but first I had to take a few shots.
The first picture was almost an accident: I set up my tripod with my macro lens, and focused on where I had left the book on the counter.
The pattern on the book cover was just too sweet.
I know this has been done before (I’ve done it myself), but love it anyway…
A $2 find made for some fun compositions on a winter afternoon. 🙂
I’ve never much been one for bedtime stories.
By the time bedtime arrived, especially when my kids were small, reading a book was more of a chore than a sweet nighttime routine. I was always exhausted and as ready for bed as they were.
Besides, reading books in our house always meant questions. My children engage in books – and for that I am grateful – but this has never allowed for a quiet story before sleep.
Earlier in the day though, I am happy to read. With children now aged 8 and 10, I am incredibly thankful that they still enjoy having an occasional book read to them.
Plus now, they sometimes read them to me.