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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

What can you tell about someone from the books on their shelves?


Here's some of mine and more...


8 comments:

George said...

You would find mostly history on my shelves, Civil War history in particular.

Natural Moments said...

Your essence is within your soul. You are a cave woman, so you spend much time in your psyche exploring your inner worlds and may actually see elves and gnomes and fairies manifest in the many forests that you immerse your self in. You never visit anywhere, but live within the space that you stand upon. You love the world around you and see beneath the surface of the physical and have a good grasp of understanding and creating magic within the world. But what's that Astronomy book doing there? You appreciate and wonder about the stars, but your heart isn't out there, it is before you and within the earth. :)

Natural Moments said...

Oh, it was an astrology book and not an astronomy book. Well, I guess that doesn't change my reading much except you want to triangulate and understand more fully how you fit, and what your place is within the world and in your natural surroundings. So you wern't reaching for the stars as I implied in my last comment.

Karen said...

I have an herb guide, a book of how to make natural home cleaners and home remedies, gluten free cook books, and "How to Make A Living Without A Job". and an Audubon Field Guide to Birds.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Your bookshelf looks a lot like mine. I also have Myths and Legends plus a few more on the subject. I don't see Atlas Shrugged there? :)

LEon said...

Your "Lord of the Rings" books appeared to be the most seasoned. So it seems that you read it over and over many times. :)

Deslilas said...

Good idea for introducing yourself !
we should memorize pics of our shelves all along our life to put perspective in it.

gel said...

I love to read. It's very interesting to catch a glimpse inside your interests on my first trip here.
Your top shelf shares The Mozart Effect with one here: a gift from a friend. The middle shelf is hard for me to read, but I also make jewelry so I have different books on rocks, besides being fascinated with them since I was a child. Bottom shelf: a gem book and we have well-worn series of Tolkien's books.

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