My priorities

May 12, 2009 at 8:03 pm Leave a comment

This is how much I love books.

books in closet close up

Yep, that’s my closet.  And one of mine and BF’s (well, a few are his) to be read piles. 

Book Shelf in closet   

I don’t have enough clothes for my closet but way too many books for my bookshelves. 

And truth be told, that royal blue Garinger sweatshirt and that mint green quilted hoodie.  Staples.  They’re worn more than anything else in that closet (well, at least for 6 months of the year). 

Don’t ask me why my running shoes are there on my sweatshirt shelf.  There is a shoe spot in my closet that has plenty of room for there.  And, yes, that is a rooster and eggs on that bag up there.  BF bought it for me as a joke.   

All I really care about in that closet, though, are my books.

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