|My library recharges at night, Kindle Fire & Samsung Cellphone (Kindle App).|
One of the smartest things I did before the move south was get a Kindle Fire and then add the Kindle App to my cellphone! I read everything from the Bible to novels, National Geographic and occasionally the news, all electronically on my Kindle. When riding a bus or eating in a restaurant I read on my phone. As a quote I used yesterday in the butterfly post says,
|Locally made bookcase with doors
to protect from dry season dust. It
is between book boxes & guest
After arriving I started by reading all of the Chronicles of Narnia, The Hobbit, and all the books in Lord of the Rings series. Great ways to escape the American culture! Those lengthy readings were broken up by two John Grisham mysteries, Agatha Christie, Louis L’Amour, three books on Costa Rica, two science fiction books, and The Psalmist (a mystery) by James Lillieford, a new and interesting writer for me. I’ll try him again.
Because I did bring two hard copy Bibles, my photo books, a couple of books on simple life, and my bird, butterfly, plants and other Central America nature & travel guides, I got a little bookcase (Pequeña Biblioteca), with doors to help with the dry season dust. It is simple, handmade locally, and serves my purpose well. I will also be keeping a few of the genealogy books as I go through them, but all my scrapbooks are going to be photographed and become electronic files as most of genealogy stuff will.
Mostly, my library now is my Kindle Fire! Best library yet!
Nature is my theme, so here’s one nature photo: 🙂
|Rainy Day Green! Even with dull, overcast sky, greens seem brighter in rain!
Another view from my balcony in Atenas, Costa Rica!
And for those of you who know Reagan Frazier, he just scheduled a visit with me for two weeks in February 2016, just 8 months away! 🙂 But if thinking about it, February is off limits now.