I've been away on holidays for a while now and only sporadically checked BC. Logged in today and had a peek at Manage My Profile to see if any new options had appeared while I was away, and while there I noticed my wings now expire at the end of May. I could swear the last time I checked it was the end of April. Sooooo...
A big "THANK YOU!" to whoever it was that winged me! It's greatly appreciated. :)))
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! To whomever extended my wings!! I now can go to 2010 without stress. You have no idea how much that helps!Bookcrossing and our OBCZ at the Hesperia Library are a very important part of my life! I now can relax knowing my personal shelf will live on as well as our zone. ((HUGS)) to all!
no chemicals needed :O) On Tuesday we managed to convince the staff that one of the prettiest cafés is now our new OBCZ, the next day I found out I had sprouted wings - the boocrosser who did it fessed up, she had given me the wings from a joint supply store order - thanks Mondstina :o) - today I log in form work and see there's an extra month of quotation marks - thank you mystery winger! That'll keep my head in the clouds for a while!
Looks like the mystery winger(s) have been at it again. I just came in to place an order, and see that someone has blessed me with beautiful, fluttery butterflies. I see that I have 2 months instead of just one...does that mean that I've been gifted twice by one person...or once by 2 separate people?!? Either way, many THANKS for the lovely wings...they're greatly appreciated!!!
Sometime last week I started flying. I'm so happy it makes me giggle. I LOVE to sort books by most recently journaled and missed it greatly. No one will fess up to giving them to me! (whine) so I'll say thank you here.
I was feeling my musicality quickly fading this afternoon, and now I return this evening to see that some kind soul has 'plussed' me. I'll gratefully say THANK YOU for allowing my music to flow again, as I twirl around & break into song... The hills are alive(MtTBR?!?), with the sound of music...
"The true felicity of a lover of books is the luxurious turning of page by page, the surrender, not meanly abject, but deliberate and cautious, with your wits about you, as you deliver yourself into the keeping of the book. This I call reading."