Anyone over 35 there? Third edition

discussion

#1467

Now there’s a story!


#1468

Which one? The boyfriend thing or the Crow game warden busted for poaching?

Snowy and grey. . .

so I made a loaf of bread, half whole wheat, barley malt syrup, lots of seeds.


#1469

Looks good. And this morning is my treat for the week as well. Mmm. Toast.


#1470

Looks lovely and mouth-watering. Yumm. I love the smell of fresh baked bread. It’s just Hmmm…


#1471

Found this. Thought people might like it.


#1472

Perfect. I’ve tried every step several times, and always come back to 1.


#1473

There’s just something about a bookshop … .


#1474

That’s me. Lol. One can never have enough books to read.


#1475

My shelves are groaning. For books I’ll read only once—mysteries and the like— I really love the iPad. I enjoy reading on it and have so far managed not to drop it in the bath. When I’m done, I can zip the book back into the cloud, and summon it almost instantly if I wish.

I still buy hardbound books, such as this recent acquisition:

Fixed it.


#1476

The link doesn’t open, Emma.


#1477

I use my Kindle for the books the book group reads each month. They’re not always to my taste, and I don’t want to clutter my triple-filled shelves with books that I haven’t chosen personally.

Useful, them.


#1478

Must be your browser. Anyone else have a problem?

How about this?


#1479

Aye, better. Thanks :slight_smile: The French story looks interesting.


#1480

I couldn’t see the first instance either. Firefox?

I never could get on with Malory. I preferred White’s version of Arthur.


#1481

I’m using Chrome and it didn’t open for me too.


#1482

Well, at least we got it the second time around.


#1483

Image - but no link.


#1484

You should see just the image, not the link. But some people were just seeing the image address. So I screen-shotted it, popped it in a hosting service, and then reposted it: bingo.


#1485

The good news is that I finished chapter 7 of my book. The bad news is I finished off the good bourbon.


#1486

There’s always more bourbon.