Book Talk: Favorite Places Part II

Last Book Talk, I told you about my favorite places to read about. This time, I’m going to tell you about my favorite places to sit down with a good book.

When I’m at home, I have a chair. It’s a big armchair that my family has had for years. When we first got it, I was small enough and it was big enough that I could curl up is a little ball and sleep. I’m a little bigger now, but it’s still my chair. When I want to read, I curl my feet up, grab my book, lose myself. It’s my chair and everyone in my family knows it. I love to read there and always will.

The other place I enjoy reading when I’m at home is my bed. I’ve got a queen sized tempurpedic mattress with a remote control that raises and lowers my head and feet. Basically, it’s the best bed I’ve ever slept on. I love reading right before I go to bed and this bed was made for it.

The last place I love to read isn’t really one place, but rather a general location. I love getting into the mountains, breathing the mountain air, and reading. My family and I recently went on a vacation to Grand Teton national park and while we were there, we went canoe camping. It’s a lot of work, but so, so worth it. The view I had while reading is one of a kind and can’t be duplicated. There is simply no way to describe its beauty accurately, so I’ll share a picture. Even the picture doesn’t do it justice, but it does better than I could with just words.

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This is the beauty that I got to read in front of for two days. I can’t believe I got to be there and I can’t wait to go back.

Where are you favorite places to read?

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