A while ago, my cyber-friend, Sharon, of Sage Creek Farm, had an entry on her "In Stitches" blog about the number of books in her "pile" waiting to be read. I told her that I had one as well and thought it would be fun to share what is in the stack waiting for me to sit still long enough (without drifting off or "resting" my eyes) to enjoy them.
The top two books have gone back to their owner, Lois Moore, of Stonehaven Farm, who left them in my care last month. Lois makes her way through Flagstaff about once a month on her way to Tuba City to service the hospital there as part of their radiology team. While the traveling is rough on her and her hubby, Brook, I have the pleasure of talking sheep, watching her knit, and sharing good food each time she heads this way.
Sharon has retired recently and is a fellow spinner/weaver/fiber person. She and her husband, Ian, have a few Shetland sheep as well. As we are in the same age group, we've found we have a lot in common, especially a fondness for good books. Well, Sharon...here's the stack. I did not include all the periodicals like Spin-Off, Handwoven, Black Sheep Newsletter, etc. It's a good thing too, as I'm sure the stack would have been way too tall.
Right now I'm finishing up Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World.
OK...What's in YOUR stack to read?