I’d like to say that I MARRIED ADVENTURE as well. I’d love for that to be true. I don’t know, maybe it IS true. I’m almost 30 and adventure is about the one and onlyÂ thing I’ve remained committed to thus far. Hmmmm. So, maybe this book IS for me.
You’ve seen it right. Tell me you’ve Ebay searched it?? Tell me you’ve read it!!!?
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I own it. I plan to read it someday. In the meantime it does look good on the entry table next to the orange glass lamp I just found at Salvation Army.
My best story about it though is that I found a copy a few weeks ago at a local thrift store and was then able to help the husband out with our lack of income by putting $50 in the bank once it did it’s round on ebay.
It’s a gorgeous book, but not all that interesting to read. It doesn’t have a good flow and I stopped after about 20 pages of her life in pre-depression midwest. I never got to the africa part.
She’s also got another book with a giraffe-print cover. I am looking for that one!
I was worried that might be the case. Any idea what the title of the giraffe book is?
I think it’s called something like “More Adventures” or something banal like that! The covers are the most interesting part!