We're kind of getting toward the bottom of the books, though far from finished (and this, of course, does not count the books in the other part of the house). But more oddities keep turning up. Like where did this come from....
It was printed in 1915 and contains not only the translations, but also pictures of allthe U.S. presidents (ending with Wilson), a "how to" section of what to do if you want to become a citizen, and a sample citizenship test. I don't have the slightest idea where this came from. We never had a foreign student from this part of the world and neither of us have Danish or Norwegian ancestors, nor have we ever even thought about learning the language(s).
And then there was this book...
Yes, I worked as a typist for an ob/gyn office for 12 years, and I certainly would remember acquiring this book, but I don't. And don't know what I'd do with it if I did.
Today's last oddity is this
I'm not even quite sure that I know where Tunisia IS, much less wondered about living there! Where DID all of these books come from?
In a way I will be sorry when we have finally sorted through and given away so many books. It is, I have to admit, a voyage of discovery every time Ned sets up stacks of books for me to sort through. Of courses the next problem will be--where will we put all the books we decided we want to keep, since all of the bookcases in the other rooms are full. I hadn't thought of THAT problem yet.
We went to see Shrek--the Musical tonight and it was a fun show. Jeri and I always send each other pictures of the programs for whatever show we were seeing each night. By coincidence, tonight she was seeing Fun Home with music by Jeanine Tesori, who also wrote the music to Shrek.