Just for a change



Just for a change I’m reading an actual ‘real’ book

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just for a change I’m not actually at work today

just for a change I’m on my way to work via an airport

just for a change I’m not reading a book on a screen 

Just for a change I’m feeling warm – no scarf, gloves or coat required

Just for a change I’ve seen more people here in the city in an hour than I would normally see in a week at home

just for a change I’m reading something I’ve had in my ‘to read’ pile for ages

just for a change – what a great excuse to do something out of the ordinary and read about an extraordinary young woman

I love change!

Deb 🙂

 

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15 comments

  1. I love doing the unexpected just for a change!

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  2. Inspiring story… Good choice 👌🏼

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  3. I must add the book to my reading list. Thanks Deb 😊

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  4. I don’t always love change, I’ll admit it.

    I read on my kindle a LOT but I also get real books out of the library.

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  5. Love change, keeps the brain alive 🙂

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  6. This made me smile. I read most books on my Kindle now, but my husband gave this book (actual book) to me for Christmas when it first came out. I’m so glad because I was able to pass it on for others to read too.

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  7. I keep meaning to read this; she’s such an amazing young woman. Definitely getting it for my next trip 🙂

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