Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Ooops but no apologies!

We've been extending the walks day by day and yesterday did  2.07 miles, which is peanuts I know for most people but for someone who was in hospital until  the middle of September it's not too bad. This walk took us in a circle via the Emmaus charity shop where we knew he could sit down if he needed to.
Much to my surprise I spotted a Persephone on their book shelves, one I hadn't got. Oh dear, what a dilemma, a No Unnecessary  Spend month but there was a 50p book for my collection.
This wasn't sideways when I took the picture!

Actually it wasn't a dilemma at all!
Persephone number 35  "Greenery Street" by Denis Mackail is on my bookshelf.

Thanks for the comments last time and welcome to a new follower

Back Soon
Sue

PS I don't do politics or religion on this blog but I'm praying for a sort-of safe result today!

22 comments:

  1. I love finds like that.
    J x

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    1. Hari ini saya ingin mengunkapkan tentang perjalanan hidup saya,karna masalah ekonomi saya selalu dililit hutang bahkan perusahaan yang dulunya saya pernah bagun kini semuanya akan disitah oleh pihak bank,saya sudah berusaha kesana kemari untuk mencari uang agar perusahaan saya tidak jadi disitah oleh pihak bank dan akhirnya saya nekat untuk mendatangi paranormal yang terkenal bahkan saya pernah mengikuti penggandaan uang dimaskanjeng dan itupun juga tidak ada hasil yang memuaskan dan saya hampir putus asa,,akhirnya ketidak segajaan saya mendengar cerita orang orang bahwa ada paranormal yang terkenal bisa mengeluarkan uang ghaib atau sejenisnya pesugihan putih yang namanya Mbah Rawa Gumpala,,,akhirnya saya mencoba menhubungi beliau dan alhamdulillah dengan senan hati beliau mau membantu saya untuk mengeluarkan pesugihan uang ghaibnya sebesar 10 M saya sangat bersyukur dan berterimakasih banyak kepada Mbah Rawa Gumpala berkat bantuannya semua masalah saya bisa teratasi dan semua hutang2 saya juga sudah pada lunas semua,,bagi anda yang ingin seperti saya dan ingin dibabtu sama Mbah silahkan hubungi 085 316 106 111 saya sengaja menulis pesan ini dan mempostin di semua tempat agar anda semua tau kalau ada paranormal yang bisah dipercaya dan bisa diandalkan,bagi teman teman yang menemukan situs ini tolong disebar luaskan agar orang orang juga bisa tau klau ada dukun sakti yg bisa membantuh mengatasi semua masalah anda1.untuk lebih lengkapnya buka saja blok Mbah karna didalam bloknya semuanya sudah dijelaskan PESUGIHAN DANA GHAIB TANPA TUMBAL

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  2. I do like "Greenery Street", it was one of the first Persephone Books I asked for. Reckon it counts as essential spending, especially for 50p!

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  3. I love your find .... and your PS :-)

    And well done on the walking, the distance is really improving.

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  4. Two miles walking is just right to keep fit.

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  5. A bargain doesn't count in the budget! Just like you don't count the calories when you've eaten the food off someone else's plate. ;0)

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  6. A doubly good day I'd say. Looking forward as to how I can enjoy an outdoor winter, while struggling to heat my flat indoors.

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  7. As a reader in the U.S., here's hoping those in the U.K. (and beyond) understand many good, decent Americans still exist who feel distressed by our options. I came across a wonderful quote yesterday: "My choice early in life was either to be a piano-player in a whorehouse or a politician. And to tell the truth there's hardly any difference." - Harry S. Truman
    Thank you for thinking of us. The whole country is on edge. It's nice to read about life in Suffolk!

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    1. Yes we do understand that neither are the choice of most sane people. It's the "what next" that's the worrying thing

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    2. The what's next worries us, too, Sue! I'm in Florida and I've already voted and will be watching election results tonight, and praying that people vote for what's best for America all around. Good job to Col for his walking...he's really doing a great job.

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  8. Ditto re politics and religion Sue - but I am on my knees too.

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  9. Oooh! You are lucky. I have only ever found 2 Persephone books in charity shops one of which I already had. I hope you enjoy reading it!

    Best wishes

    Veronica
    vronni60s.blogspot.com

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  10. Lucky find...I'm sure you won't regret the purchase of the book. I live in the USA and I'm always thrilled beyond measure when I find a Persephone book on the used book market. Enjoy!

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  11. We're praying here in Maryland. The Nationalists have to be rolled back the world over.

    mary

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  12. A Persephone book find in a charity shop is a really great find!

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  13. Wow what a great find! Of course you had to buy it :)

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  14. What a find. I bet you carried it home with a real spring in your step!

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  15. As my dear old Nanna would have said "you couldn't afford to leave it on the shelf at that price". And books are always necessary :) xx

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  16. Well done on the walk! Emmaus is so great - we have an amazing one near us that is a converted convent. One of my favourite charity shops!

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