Sunday, December 16, 2012
true enough. it will include sleepless nights, oversleeping, emotional disturbances, and loss of the 'world we live in'.
At the end of a good book, a person will try to comprehend the enormity of the story. Trying to read the last sentence over and over to make sense of the boundaries between the world dived in within the depths of the story, and the reality you're bounded to. Giving the book a chance to wallow you up into the small nook of the room, where in that tiny space, only two things reside ; you, and your imagination.
Can't wait for the holidays. When you can't snuggle with someone, books will be enough.
Monday, December 10, 2012
"When I get a little money I buy books; and if any is left I buy food and clothes" - Erasmus
nothing can deter me from splurging on books. but as I once stated, I'll buy the cheapest that I can find (as money,at this stage of life, ain't abundant and free-flowing).
thank God for giving me the power and will to buy and splurge on education.