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Comments for Storage
I picked up Storage from the last BookCrossing meeting. The one thing most of us agree on is that we don't have enough room for things (especially books). We all seem to have the same goal: read and more release more books than we receive. Although I wasn't looking for specific advice on our storage problems, I wanted to read the book because it was short, had great photographs and the cover amused me.
Storage is not a step-by-step how-to book. It will not give a to do list of things to make one's storage problems suddenly vanish. Instead it is a small set of suggestions divided up my topic (either by storage device or by room). Most often the book gives multiple suggestions for a type of storage problem instead of one correct way. I liked this approach to the problem; it is okay to be different when tackling storage problems.
Here is my BookCrossing Review:
Spruce Up Day:
Today is the Spruce Up Day at Sean's preschool. We dropped Ian off there to help. When we got there the parents already arrived had been painting the main entry part of the school sky blue. The outside yellow looked like it had gotten a fresh coat too but that might have been a trick of the sunlight.
Before going to school, the four of us went to the Hayward Farmers' Market as the Castro Valley one is closed until May. For $20 we purchased a diverse pile of fresh food that includes: mushrooms, Thai chili peppers, baby bok choi, apples, green onions, bell peppers, cabbage and some other things that have slipped my mind.