Thursday, June 5, 2008

When 4 books become one.

So, when we bought our condo in the Delridge neighborhood of West Seattle, one of the perks was that the Delridge Library is right next door. By right next door I meant the library building kisses our building on one side. Before moving here I didn't use the Seattle Library ever. My wife did on occasion, when we lived in the Central District, but I never did. After we moved I decided to check it out.

One day I locked myself out of the house and spent a big chunk of my day reading magazines in the library, I was then that I discovered how many new movies the library had on DVD. So I got myself a library card and started checking out the online ordering. I could order a movie and have it sent ot the Delridge Library for me to pick up. It was like Netflix, for free.

I also started ordering books.

As of today I am reading 4 books at the same time. Sometimes this causes me to intertwine the stories and can get confusing. Not right now though.

1 comment:

tp said...

I am a "one book at a time" reader myself--or else I get too confused. Don't you find you favor one book over another?