Sunday, January 21, 2007

More Piccies!

OK, here we go... For those who wanted to see a picture of my house, here it is:



And, since a couple of people seemed interested in a more general view of what kind of place I live in, well, here's a couple of (highly uninspired) views down Socorro's main street:




And a better view of the mountain than the one I posted yesterday:



My sister wanted to see my infamous (and hideously misnamed) To-Read Pile... This was actually impossible to get in one shot, so here are two non-overlapping pictures. Be afraid!




And, lastly, here's what I had for lunch: a tuna sandwich, half a dill pickle, baby carrots, some reduced-fat potato chips, and a mug of tea. Which I ate at about 3 PM, because I am pretty much a time zone unto myself.



Exciting stuff, huh? And there will be more to come, eventually...

9 comments:

  1. That pile of "to read" books is VERY scary! Is half of your house filled with books?

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  2. All of my house is filled with books! Or at least most of it... There aren't any in the bathroom, and I think there's only cookbooks in the kitchen. :)

    I think there's about 500 on the Pile, more or less.

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  3. When I visited you in December. I was amazed at the number of books in your house. I can attest that Betty has books in every room of the house. I even bet that there might have been some reading material under the vanities in her bathrooms.

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  4. Well, I think there was probably a manual underthere for the bathtub-bubble machine I never use...

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  5. thanks for posting!

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  6. Actually, it's kind of comforting that someone has more books in their house than I do.

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  7. I am a warning and an example to biblioholics everywhere. :)

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  8. We seriously need to do something about your landscaping. That way, when the police come to drag your body out from under the shelf of books that will have collapsed, they won't think, "Oh, she was one of those freaks who kept accumulating, rather than see the light of day."

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  9. But that's pretty much true. :)

    I am totally and utterly unqualified to take care of grass, trees, or anything else. What I really want to do is dump a ton of gravel over the whole yard, maybe put in a couple of cacti, and then never have to think about it again.

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