My here and now

by kath_red on 14/08/2012

in my life

A little midweek photo essay – ‘My Here and Now’. 

 For my birthday I received an ereader – something that I have been researching and mulling over and thinking about. So very glad someone else took it upon themselves to make the decision – A Nook was chosen and I do love it very much. Similar to the Kindle, slightly different shape, but with the same nice features, touch screen and back light for night reading is handy, the Nook takes epub files rather than mobi files, which means I can borrow ebooks from libraries. Right now I am reading all of Jane Austen – which are available online for free from various sources – Project Gutenberg being one of them.

Our fire is going well, we now have a pile of wood to chop and stack, kindling to collect and a hearth to sweep. And amidst the clutter we have a little spring.

What is your Here and Now?

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1 md August 14, 2012 at 8:44 am

Unos cortando leña y otros saliendo a trompicones de una ola de calor (Tenerife- Canarias) con trabajo, trabajo, trabajo y esperando, esperando, esperando un respiro vacacional para correr a los brazos de la familia.

Un saludo,
buen día y buen regalo, ese libro electrónico. ¡Qué rico!


2 Lisa August 14, 2012 at 10:32 am

I recently was given a nook as well and really enjoy it… though there will always be room in my life for regular books, I love that if there is something I am itching to read NOW and the library doesn’t have it, I can download it in seconds, for not a tremendous amount of money. Happy reading. :)


3 Jessica August 14, 2012 at 5:16 pm

Just FYI for anyone reading, you can get library books on the kindle as well!


4 kath_red August 14, 2012 at 9:07 pm

good to know


5 joanie August 15, 2012 at 5:33 am

Happy birthday Kathreen!
My here and now:
Getting up from the computer, having a second coffee then walking the dog in the rain and hopefully my children too. If I can get them to dress (my children, not the dog).


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