Yesterday I was thankful for my parents, and today, I am thankful for the library. And books. And things you read in general. My little town built a new library a couple of years ago, and I spent the afternoon there today, working on schoolwork. (Also, pardon my french, but I really kicked ass today. I got SO MUCH done! Perhaps one of my most productive homework periods ever.)
|Our cute little library.|
|Davis Library. Perfect for writing papers, studying, printing powerpoints, gossiping in the corner, completing the DTH crossword, raving, and taking naps between classes.|
I've loved to read ever since I was very little. I still have my library card that I got in kindergarten. I took very good care of that thing, because I needed to have it to get my books. It still has my little 5-year-old signature on it, that reads "COURTNEY #1." That's how I signed my name. I'll take a picture sometime soon. I spent so much time at the public library growing up, and I still do now. Yet another thing to thank my parents for - my love of reading! Sometimes I even like to read my textbooks for class (not that I do it in my free time, mind you... sometimes I just enjoy doing it for class, and it's not a huge chore). Although I'm sure reading has contributed to my horrible eyesight, it has been totally worth it. I read every day, and you should too.
And there you have it. I love my parents, and I love books. What do you love?