Sunday, 18 June 2017

It's beginning to feel a lot like

Christmas, I mean home, as more items find their place.

The DGC's favourite books, picture books for the youngest, Jennifer Jones Won't Leave Me Alone, We're Going on a Bear Hunt and My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes.
Longer stories for the older ones, Fantastic Mr Fox, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch, also on this shelf is a cuddly toy and a games compendium. 

A few favourite books including crochet, plant recognition and dressmaking.

CD's, Frank Zappa, Joe Jackson, Phil Collins and Dolly Parton.


The Weaver of Grass said...

I shall be pleased when I reach this stage.

Hard up Hester said...

It has taken us months and months Pat, we bought our narrowboat in February and have only lived on her full time for 2 or 3 weeks.

galant said...

Wot, no Mozart or Mahler? As the Maureen Lipman character said in Educating Rita, "Wouldn't you just die without Mahler?"
If I had to refine my music collection, which has all kinds of music from Elvis and Abba to Berlioz and Beethoven, I don't know what I'd keep and what I'd discard. I'd certainly have Mozart's Requiem and Richard Strauss's Four Last Songs (sung by Jessye Norman.)
But yes, it's beginning to look as well as feel like home, I should think. And now lovely to be on water in this heatwave!
Margaret P

Mair Dyer said...

Love that book, My Cat Likes To Hide in Boxes. Both mine loved it as children, think I have it in the bookcase still .

Hard up Hester said...

Margaret we can get classical music on our kindled for free.

Mari, my children loved it and now my grandchildren do too.

Hard up Hester said...

Mair,sorry I spelt your name correctly and my tablet changed it.

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