There's something undeniably charming about chopping the corners off a rectangle and calling it futuristic.
May the frosting be forever in your favor. And may the lines at the movie theater move swiftly and in an organized fashion.
Do you think that by repeating the word "book" I'll believe that it's a book more fervently?
I'm going to call her Nadine. Because I can. Nadine's contribution to this month's book club meeting is a pot of lovely oolong tea and a sprightly debate about Balzac. She's always got an opinion.
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I always adored this book as a kid. I would have been over the moon with a caterpillar I could eat!
This time, instead of the caterpillar eating through all the foods, you'll be eating through all the caterpillar!
Why do I not anticipate the happiest of endings?
If your kid can't build her own blogging platform by the time she's four I don't even want to talk to you.
Being stuck in a waiting room with nothing to read is awful. Don't let this terrible fate befall you!
I see no good reason why everything in my home should not be made out of books in some way.
You're obviously not one of those people who tries to hide what they're reading on the bus.
A fan has turned the first book of the "Hunger Games" into the mockingjay logo from the series. It was created by folding each page inside to form the full design.
May the odds be ever in your favor. three finger salute
Real books cause papercuts and have too many words. Start off a little easier.