|SNOW IS FAST DISAPPEARING OFF THE FARM FIELDS|
|LOOKS LIKE THIS FARMER IS THINNING OUT HIS PROPERTY'S BUSH LOT|
I have been an avid reader for much of my life with the exception of the years between 1979 and 2014. Thankfully, it was 9 years ago now that my old reading hobby was finally rekindled with a device coincidentally called a Kindle. For years I had trouble reading small print in books, newspapers, and magazines. (still do) Thanks to Kelly in 2014 for suggesting I try a Kindle reading device, my reading interest immediately kicked into gear again and took off. Finally, with a large easily readable bold black font against a bright white background, I have for almost every day since, spent countless enjoyable, entertaining, and educational hours with my beloved Kindle.
|THIS WAS THE DAY ON MARCH 22ND 2014 AT OUR HOUSE IN CONGRESS ARIZONA THAT THIS RED KINDLE READER CAME INTO MY LIFE|
|WHAT A GREAT THING THIS HAS BEEN FOR ME|
|MOURNING DOVE ON A PREVIOUS TEMPORARY BIRD STATION|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( The topic for my third-grade class was genetics. Smiling broadly, I pointed to my dimples and asked, “What trait do you think I passed on to my children?” One student called out, “Wrinkles!”
Q: Why don't people like to eat next to basketball players?
A: Because they dribble too much!
A Dutchman was explaining the red, white and blue Netherlands flag to an American.
"Our flag is symbolic of our taxes. We get red when we talk about them, white when we get our tax bills, and blue after we pay them." The American nodded. "It's the same in the USA only we see stars too!"
Glad you enjoy reading so much, so do I.ReplyDelete
Good! And good work Kelly! Yes, kindle has some wonderful advantages. And now, never being one hesitant to recommend a favorite book.....of course I have one for you. It is a far cry from your recent readings, but one you might enjoy. The Patrick O'Brian series about the British Navy in the Napoleonic wars. I myself was extremely surprised I sailed through the whole series back in the 90's. And recently I've started again. How weird. I rarely read books more than once, but I am off again on the first one and had forgotten the HUMOR that pervades. Lots of action, a story of friendship mostly, all a long time ago. I am really fond of killdeers. Once saw a row of babies following their mother....they looked just like her, only 20% of her size. Or smaller. Amazing.ReplyDelete