As I completed the day, I spent two hours continuing the cataloguing of books for Tim Crump’s estate. The earlier part of the day saw a first draft of my sermon completed, a few projects forwarded, and even the opening of a bank account for a local organization.
All this was good enough. But then I sat down to organize. Books, that is. And my juices start to flow. I tried to find a way to gather groupings of authors together. And then, sought a way to arrange books that did not come in groups. By the time I was done I had gained a further sense of the library I was working on.
So, if there is a book buyer who would love to pick up mysteries, World War II history (specialty in Winston Churchill), British monarchy history, Sherlock Holmes oriented books . . . and that’s just the core. Then there is photography and Canadian history . . .
My wife shrugs her shoulders. Not her bag! But for me . . . close to paradise!