Friday, March 14, 2014

Feature and Follow Friday: Librarian Wanted



Parajunkee Alison Can Read


FEATURE & FOLLOW FRIDAY



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Q: Spring is in the air! Show off your favorite outdoor reading spot.






Got stuck in the snow today. Thankfully, three men were there to push my car, and make my terrible day not so bad after all.

At this point, I do not believe in Spring coming to Montreal. Ever! And feel selfish enough to ask for a cozy indoor place where someone would read to me.



30 comments:

  1. My son would love a place like that. Our library is awful!
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    1. Oh no! Maybe you can write them a suggestions. I had got my library to add a YA and Spanish section.

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  2. Nice! At least there was some guys to help you out! I would be a heartbeat away from a panic attack myself!

    Nice epic! I'm definitely an indoor reader myself!

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    Have a GREAT weekend!

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    1. I know, and it still took 17 minutes. I'm never taken my car out during a snowstorm again. Lesson learned.

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  3. I am so sorry about you getting stuck =( at least there were people to help you. I would have not handled that situation well. We have had a few pretty days, but its not suppose to last =(
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    1. Sorry to hear about your weather woes :( Can't wait for summer!!

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  4. Don't blame you in the least, given your day. I hope you find that cozy spot. Have a great weekend! :D

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  5. I hate getting stuck in the snow. Hoping it warms up for you soon and you can find the perfect sunny spot to read in!

    Thanks for stopping by my FF earlier. Following on GFC.

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    1. Thanks Kristen. I also now carry a shovel in my car everywhere I go. Lesson learned!!

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  6. I'm so excited to be able to sit outside and read again. I keep a blanket in my car in case I have the chance to drive away from campus to find a nice quiet spot to read. I fear that my friends might find me disappearing quite a bit within the next 8 weeks.

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    1. Oooh, a blanket in the car. That's a great idea. Thanks Rachael.

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  7. Thanks for dropping by Second Run Reviews.

    Our local coffee shop here in town is an amazing place to read indoors. It's a renovated older home and it is so cozy. They even have a fireplace!

    Terri M.
    Second Run Reviews

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    1. So nice to read by a fireplace. Picturing myself with a cup of cocoa and a hardcover.

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  8. That is quite a reading room in the picture above!! Wow!!! I think everyone has been cabin fever this winter. I used to live in Alaska and it would always be sooo cold!!

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    1. How did you manage that! At least then Alaskan view seems breathtaking.

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  9. nope, asking for a nice cozy indoor spot with a reader included sounds just great. new follower.

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    1. I know. Hopefully she does the voices too (ok, now I'm asking for too much, lol)

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  10. Yes please :D today was absolutely pouring outside here, sign me up for a nice cozy indoor spot too!

    New GFC follower :) Thanks for visiting my blog earlier :)

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  11. That looks like a great reading nook!

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  12. I'm not a big fan of snow. Definitely a summer girl. That chair looks comfy. :)
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    1. Same here Jess. Glad it's almost over.

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  13. There's never enough snow here for me to get stuck in, if there's snow at all, but I'd choose an indoors reading place, too.

    That throne-like chair looks awesome!

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    1. You lucked out on the snow part, unless you like skying :)

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  14. I love snow, and Christmas, and winter! Reading is perfect for those times. It totally doesn't have anything to do with the fact I was born in the middle of January...

    +New GFC follower :)

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  15. Still freezing here too! I like reading indoors anyways. :) Hope you're having a great week.

    ~Pam @ Moonlight Reader

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