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CollectionsVHS (285), Verified: Moved to PA (3), DVDs (233), Used for Book Art (6), Your library (5,820), Amish (31), Ancestry/Genealogy/Family History (63), Anthologies (8), Autobiographies, Biographies & Memoirs (214), Bibles & Bible-Related (132), Borrowed, Read, Returned (3), Children's, Teen's, Tween's books (1,009), Christmas (58), Crafts (25), Creation/Evolution (48), DIY (5), Donated to Bekah (37), Donated to Cara (1), Donated to Jake (7), Donated to Tim's Library/VR (11), Electrical (13), From the Eklund House (551), Gardening, Landscaping, etc. (32), Hawaii (22), Health (14), History (146), Jane's 59th Birthday Books (24), Languages (14), Louis L'Amour (118), Military (45), Mini sized books (59), Minnesota (36), Music/Hymnals (232), Non-Fiction, Misc (118), Pennsylvania (118), Poetry (74), Prep/Survival (209), Quilting (14), Recipes, Food (240), Reference (120), Scrapbooking (23), Sewing (80), Sweden & Swedish (111), Westerns (79), Wisconsin (39), Withdrawn from C's library (222), work related (4), Yearbooks (25), All collections (6,220)
About meMarried, 50+ years of age. Blended family of six adult children and twelve grandchildren (so far.) Educator. Writer for fun and profit. Other hobbies include genealogical research, scrapbooking and quilting.
About my libraryMy personal library is a hodge-podge of books that I have read, or intend to read (I sometimes "stock up" and take months to get through all the "new-to-me" books I have purchased or been given.) The library changes often as books are added or subtracted. I read each book first, then decide if it will stay in my library. I place a sticky note in the back inside cover of each volume to track when and how often I read that particular book. If it goes unread for a long time, I pull it from the shelves to sell or give away.
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Member sinceOct 28, 2008
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