For anyone who has ever felt guilty about their overdue library books . . .
You may have kept Divergent a few days past the due date, but this post should assuage your fears. These books were returned several decades late: Ridiculously Overdue Library Books That Were Finally Returned
For anyone who has wanted justice for a literary hero . . .
What if literary villains were tried in an actual court? Here’s what their sentences would be in real life: Leading Villains in Children’s Literature Enter Legal System
For anyone who needs a laugh today . . .
A German retirement community recreated scenes from famous movies to hilarious results. I hope to have this much spunk someday: Retirement Community Movie Calendar
For anyone who is feeling weary . . .
Shauna Niequist says, “I used to be spontaneous and silly, warm and whimsical. I used to dance in the kitchen and eat cake for breakfast with my kids.” More Love, Less Hustle
For all you book lovers out there . . .
If it’s a good book, I’ll read it just about anywhere. But I wouldn’t complain about having a nook like one of these: 10 Terrific Reading Nooks
dANIEL rISCHE says
Fun Fri Favorites Stephanie!
-I loved the photos of the seniors. It reminds me of how fun life can be!
-My reading nook: a spot in front of our fire in the living room.
-My 2nd reading nook: I love reading outdoors. a blanket, a good book and a relaxing spot!
-A thought about overdue books: I really dislike paying overdue fines but when I do have to pay them I remind myself that that the $ goes to the library and that I love to use the services the library provides!
Oh my goodness, the reading nooks…I spent way too long trying to pick a favorite. I’ve decided I’d be happy to accept one at random. Or one of each.
Sarah Parisi says
Love your Friday Favorite posts 🙂