"We can do no great things, only small things with great love." - Mother Teresa

Sunday, June 8, 2008

What's on YOUR bookshelf?

So, my first peek into the world of blogging came when, at a playgroup, the ladies were discussing the answers to questions that someone had posted on their blog. It really got some interesting conversation going, and it made me realize how much blogging can connect people. Since that time, the idea has flitted on the outskirts of my mind that it would be really fun to do something similar. However, exactly what question to ask has evaded me. Until tonight. I have been doing a bit of straightening in my room and happened to notice the assortment of books I have on my bedside stand/bookshelf. All are there for a specific reason, and each is in some degree of progress. And, it was an interesting snapshot of me. So, what is on your bookshelf? Me, I have:
  1. The Chronicles of Narnia
  2. 365 Days of Creative Play
  3. Mothers of the Prophets
  4. Lord of the Rings
  5. The History of the Prophet Joseph Smith by His Mother, Lucy Mack Smith
  6. The Five Love Languages
  7. Charmed: 50 Bracelets, Necklaces and Earrings to Make and Give
  8. Anne of the Island
  9. Crossroads of Twilight
  10. The Book of Mormon
  11. my journal
  12. a blank book that I use to record snippets about each of my children each month

I know, I need to clear out my bookshelf.


Lyndee said...

I would have things on my bookshelves but since we are trying to make the house more presentable for future buyers, sadly there isn't anything right now except my clock! :) I would definitely have a good assortment though because I usually do! :)

Chev said...

I love it that you have "Anne of the Island"...it's absolutely one of my fav L.M. Montgomery books. :)

On my night stand.
-Prince Caspian (I still can't find that part about the white witch)
-Guitar Primer(it's a Learn to play guitar book.
-Bass guitar for dummies

KellyAnne said...

Ooo, what a fun idea! We just packed up all the books on our shelves though so remind me to do this later!