Mad experiments and burnt eyebrows in the arena of literature
Those look like scrolls in the library of the white city.And I want snow (book and real).
I'll ditto Matt. Where I live, we usually have snow by Thanksgiving. We've yet to have any. Weird.I'd go for a few white scrolls, though. :)
So pretty! My book blizzard of reading is coming this Christmas - it's my present to myself.
I just broke my Kindle trying to fold it like that.
We are going to need another bookshelf! Love books for XMAS.
As long as there's no yellow snow like in your pic, I'm all for it. The real stuff can fall too. Perfect excuse for curling up with my Kindle.
Rick's comment is hilarious!
No yellow snow allowed, unless it's gold-tipped. In which case it should all fall in my backyard.
I love book snow, but don't know if any will fall my way. There's so many I could ask for. . . As for the real cold stuff, Matt - I think north Georgia occasionally gets the real stuff. (I have family in north Atlanta.) I like the snow on the mountains, not on the highway, we west coasters are terrible at driving in the stuff.BTW, Bryan, I added your site to my post on 11 writer sites for 2011. Here's the link if you're interested:DG Hudson - Rainforest WritingI hope cube-guy shows up before Christmas. Don't they have office parties where he works?
I agree with DG - cube guy is going to have to make an appearance!
Three small storms coming my way, woohoo!
No Christmas is complete without books.And Rick - you're supposed to soak it in hot water first.
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