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Monday, June 05, 2006

Bookstore visits

I do adore trips to the bookstore, though they're usually so deadly on my pocketbook that I can't do it too often. My family was going in many different directions on Friday and we made our rendezvous point a bookstore. Despite the fact that it was not an overlarge bookstore, we managed to wander in it for a half hour before finding each other.

One of the things that impressed me was that the bookstore was able to have a large table display of books that the plethora of different book clubs were reading. There must have been 30 groups all reading widely different reading materials.

It may be an electronic age, but there will always be books because there will always be readers. Book clubs are an especially wonderful way for people to make connections--even over something as solitary as reading.


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