Posts Tagged ‘books’

three #blogjune

08Jun16

Confess to struggling a bit with #blogjune …what to write, more importantly what NOT to write! But I do digress….read this this morning,¬†The case for informed browsing¬†and it reminded me of my one and only visit (so far) to Muse in Canberra last year. Lovely place and really I look at the website now and […]


Install compass

23Mar15

It’s the small subtle things, not just the big things that make up the fun of travelling and new places. Before I left I made sure the I had a compass app on my phone…because it’s important to know how to find the points when you are taking directions in the US. The great TriMet […]


Why keep books?

13Aug13

Why keep books? For me… memory design/inspiration/just looking – I love rereading and taking a book, be it a cook book or an art catalogue or a novel and just opening and reading….for inspiration, somewhere to hang out for a while, to be taken back… gifts – wish I remembered to get friends & family […]


(sorry if that’s just a silly title). Inspired by Penny My cookbooks take up 3 shelves in the front room bookshelf (well 3 shelves with a little spillage into other shelves…). When we moved into the house, getting a huge bookshelf built was one of our top priorities. The front room was always going to […]


Revolving

11Jun13

Another quick post tonight. Meet my lovely revolving lawyer’s bookshelf. Made by Carl, a present to me when we first started living together. He designed it and then constructed it. Such a clever man.


Time to sort the side of the bed. 9 books. 7 tubes of hand creams and lotions. And the rest. Not a meme. More of a slack sleepy post. Sweet dreams. xx


[It occurs to me that using my Tumblr account might be better for these sorts of things….] Another Guardian book list…with a title and content that is always going to draw comment. It’s the world’s most difficult books:… “books that are hard to read for their length, or their syntax and style, or their structural […]