I have lost my Kindle. I'm sad about it. However, I'm being a big girl about it (and by being a big girl, I mean: "Please, Santa, bring me a new Kindle. It's all I want. Really.")
In the spirit of being a big girl, I've "ripped off" this post from the Christian Science Monitor:
don’t need a physical book, though it is a beautiful thing. And a good
bookstore is about more than books. Even if shopping-mall bookstores are
not warm and fuzzy places, they are places where a certain amount of
serendipity reigns, where you encounter other people taking pleasure in
ideas. Bookstores are part of what sociologists call “third places” –
destinations that are neither home nor office, places to linger without
feeling that the meter is running or another customer wants your table.
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