My daughter sent this link to me today : 21 signs that every day is National Book Lovers Day for you
Today is the happiest day of the year, and we don’t mean Christmas. It’s National Book Lovers Day, and that means today is our own very special almost-holiday. Yeah, we’ll admit it. We love to read, and we’re guessing more than a few of you are in the same boat. A good book can take you to places you’ve never been before. It can make you laugh or cry in public and nobody around you will know why. Because they weren’t there. They didn’t know Boromir like you did; they only saw the movie. People say you read too much, but you just shrug it off. You know it’s impossible to love books too much. — By Nick Mangione
Plans for your future home always include this library.
You’re kicking yourself for not coming up with this idea first.
Because you’ve spent too many days doing this.
This is your response whenever someone asks to borrow a book.
And when they finally wear you down, you’re like …
And as soon as it’s gone, you want to read it again.
This was the most heartbreaking moment in television history. (Even though you’d already read the original story.)
You adore this dress made out of pages.
You don’t understand people who’d rather watch TV.
You did this every year, and enjoyed the books more than the pizza.
This is how you pack for vacations.
You have one of these …
But your bookshelf still looks like this.
You were convinced “Matilda” was actually about you.
You know nothing smells as good as an old book.
You always buy two copies: One to read, and one to display.
When your friends talk about movies they want to see, you’re like…
And the book is always better.
Nothing can stop you from reading just one more page.
There’s no better or worse feeling than finishing a book.
But you can’t wait to start the next one.